Hand-made products contain natural imperfections that add to their beauty and uniqueness. Our products are manufactured to the highest quality standards and will last many many many years with proper care and maintenance.



  • Rinse your bronze in warm water to remove dust. Wipe the metal dry with a soft, clean towel or rag.
  • Pour two tablespoons of baking soda into a small bowl. Drip lemon juice—either fresh or concentrate—very slowly over the baking soda until the mixture is just wet enough to create a paste similar in consistency to tooth-paste. You might see a little bubbling or some fizzing for a minute or two; this is normal
  • Protect your hands with lightweight household work gloves, and then smear the cleaning paste over your bronze piece, using your fingers if the piece is small or a rag if it is large.
  • With a polishing cloth or soft rag work the paste into the metal with small, circular motions. Focus on any especially heavy areas of patina. Continue to rub until you don’t see any more obvious spots.
  • Let the paste dwell on the bronze for half an hour.
  • Rinse the bronze thoroughly under warm water, rubbing with your fingers to remove all of the paste
  • Gently dry your bronze with a second soft cloth. If patina still remains, repeat the above steps.


  • Fully clean and dry the wood on your piece using minimal amounts of water. Excessive water on the wood can cause mildew buildup.
  • Lightly sand the entire piece of wood using a 220 grit sand paper.
  • Using products such as Mineral Oil, Beeswax, Coconut oil or other pre-made Wood oil products, liberally apply over the entirety of the wood, leaving sit for at least 30 minutes. Wipe away excess.
  • Avoid using oils that can go rancid over time, such as olive oil and nut based oils.
  • For added smoothness use a carpenter grade 0000 steel wool and buff the wood to a smooth finish.
  • Repeat as needed.