5. Manual finishing (patina)
Every type of appearance imaginable: stone, metal, wood, transparent, using selected resins, powders, pigments and waxes..
This final operation gives the finishing touch to a very faithful rendering of the appearance of the original: wood, plaster, ivory, terracotta, bronze, stone, marble, alabaster.
The reproduction of works of art is of primary interest to museums wishing to sell reproductions of their collections to the public for cultural and commercial purposes: for example, the Louvre (La Réunion des Musées Nationaux) (Association of National Museums) and the Rodin Museum in Paris, the British Museum in London, The Mariemont Royal Museum in Hainaut, Belgium, and many others.