Rocky Mountain Hardware to Debut Two New High Polish Finishes
HAILEY, IDAHO – For over two decades, leading manufacturer of bronze architectural hardware Rocky Mountain Hardware has looked to its clients for design inspiration with a philosophy of ‘never say no.’ And for the past half decade, the brand has offered a choice of 10 finishes with many customer requests to add additional options. Rocky Mountain Hardware continued the tradition of ‘never saying no’ to customer requests by launching two new high polish finishes in silicon bronze, with a gold mirror-like finish, and white bronze, with a silver mirror-like finish.
“The philosophy to ‘never say no’ is the foundation from which Rocky Mountain Hardware was built,” says Christian Nickum, CEO of Rocky Mountain Hardware. “Our new high polishes finishes are truly different from anything we have offered in the past, and we are thrilled to work with our clients to create one-of-a-kind designs with true artisan appeal.”
Both of the new high polish finishes are developed through a time-intensive hand-polishing procedure and will grow richer and deeper over time as they respond to their environment for custom character. Each piece of hardware is cast of 90% post-consumer recycled bronze in line with the brand’s dedication to green practices.
Rocky Mountain Hardware is known for its unwavering commitment to creating the finest hand-cast solid bronze hardware for both residential and commercial markets. Made in the USA using OldWorld casting techniques, each product touches no less than 30 hands, undergoing a rigorous 20plus-step process. The end product is a sculptural work of art, the handiwork of many, and one that is expertly crafted to last a lifetime.
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About Rocky Mountain Hardware Founded in 1994, Rocky Mountain Hardware is a leading manufacturer of bronze architectural hardware. Based in Idaho, it operates three production facilities including one of the few remaining metal foundries in America where its bronze creations are hand-cast using methods passed down by generations of artisans. The range of designs includes door and cabinet hardware, kitchen and bath accessories, tile, plumbing, lighting and more. The company also has extensive custom capabilities as well as a division dedicated to the hospitality industry. Its distribution is global through decorative hardware showrooms. Authentically “Made in the U.S.A.,” Rocky Mountain Hardware products are cast of 90% post-consumer recycled materials.