Saturday, December 5, 2009

Enduring Copper and Bronze Craftsman Style House Number Tiles

The Craftsman bungalow is unquestionably one of the most enduring styles of houses in America. The American Craftsman bungalow was first introduced in the early 1900’s and countless versions of the bungalow were built throughout the United States over the next twenty or so years. These old homes are still highly sought after by a loyal following of those that appreciate the home’s simple style. In fact, the style remains so popular that Craftsman style bungalows have recently enjoyed a revival in new home construction.

Mission Metalworks has just introduced Craftsman house number tiles. In keeping with the Craftsman style, these tiles are manufactured to last. The tiles are ¼” thick solid copper and bronze and therefore will not bend, crack or break. The tiles are sand cast, tumbled to provide a burnished appearance, and then finished by hand. They are available in darkened bronze and weathered and natural copper. They also make great holiday gifts so check them out today!

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