While iron isn't a noble metal, it can take on noble forms through creativity and craftsmanship.
Artigianfer was established in 1997 by Mario Benedetti and Pietro Campagnacci, wrought iron craftsmen driven by the spirit and passion typical of the master forgers of the ancient times.
They still use the basic tools and traditional techniques employed by the blacksmiths of the past (hammers, anvils, tongs and pincers) to obtain a wide range of highly refined hand-crafted products and furnishing accessories, with extraordinary workmanship and maximum attention to detail.
Artigianfer's creations are embellished and rendered unique by swirls, connections, points, fleur de lis motifs, and leaves inspired by natural and geometric forms, all of which are realised using the same techniques employed by iron craftsmen over the course of the centuries (hot hammering, chisel engraving, torsion and bolting).
The wrought iron used for the interior décor products is treated with special finishes developed by the company itself.
The wrought iron used for the outdoor products, on the other hand, is galvanised before being painted.
Wrought iron working is
a form of creation
that doesn't allow
for mass production