The Double Fish Lamp, shown below, makes use of the Rojo copper patina. Images of fish are inset on all sides of the lamp.
The Double Fish Lamp
This Azul patina bar is made of walnut tree wood. Azul copper sheeting has been inlaid and surrounded by a wooden frame to give it a clean, neatly contained appearance and pleasant feel.
Azul Copper Tiki Bar
The picture below is of a copper tile for the Flamed patina. The image was taken over the tile to give a direct point of view.
A Flamed Copper Tile
This quaint copper table is made from recycled barnwood. Encased on top is a sheet of the Rojo patina pattern to improve on the barnwood’s vintage American look.
Rojo Barnwood Table
Set neatly against the wall, the following copper cabinet doors, raised high above the ground, have had the medium distressed patina applied for a contrasting image that doesn’t overdo it.
Distressed Copper Cabinetry
Shown below is the Cylinder Copper Lamp. The patina used for the lampshade and lamp itself is the Azul finish.
The Cylinder Copper Lamp
This classic example shows our Rojo pattern used in a large variety of copper objects, from an armoire to copper lamps to a picture frame and copper wall, you can really get a better idea of some common choices for our copper patina.
Rojo Copper Furniture