The Brass Workshop takes orders to manufacture mailboxes from brass, copper, aluminum, or steel. Brass and other metals are today a prominent part of interior décor in the public spaces of premium class housing developments. In particular, the presence of brass, copper, aluminum, or steel in the décor of entrances and lobbies highlights the building’s elevated status.
It is customary for designers and architects to recur to brass, copper, aluminum, or steel as a salient status symbol. The experts on the Brass Workshop team have created a selection of attractive designs for brass and other metal mailboxes. You can go with a tailored solution or order a customized mailbox design in any of the four metals: brass, copper, aluminum, or steel.
Contrary to widespread belief, our brass and other “fancy” metal mailboxes are not much more expensive to make that stainless steel ones.
The first step in the manufacturing of brass, copper, aluminum or steel mailboxes is the drafting of design documentation for the mailboxes and having it approved by the architect and customer. The subsequent manufacturing process of a brass, copper, aluminum or steel mailbox follows all the regular stages of a metalworking job.
One of the important decisions the customer has to make is what kind of surface finishing they want on their brass or other metal mailbox: ground, polished, or satin-polished. The customer also gets to pick the degree of patination (oxidization) on a brass mailbox.