The wrought iron art consists in forging iron, taken white hot from the forge, on the anvil, maintaining the genuine coarseness of the material and the deep marks of the hammer.

Led by skilful hands, the hammer and the chisel, through an intervention of intermediate forging, mould and engrave the iron, which, as if by magic, turns into objects of a sophisticated beauty.
Every beat is given with the utmost skill and precision on the white hot iron, which, beat after beat, takes the desired shape.