The copper age
The copper processing for the Mosca family is a serious matter handed down from father to son since 1640. After a few centuries, the company stands out not only for the care in the production of different objects as well as for the development of rural handicrafts, such as the basin and the cauldron, and the ability to give life to artistic objects and tailored-made furnishings with a strong contemporary character. Federico Mosca, who took the reins of the family, is always active in Palestrina, in the Roman province. The secular experience, however, is exercised not only in the processing of copper, but also of many other metals, such as brass, iron and aluminum.
The strength is also the insight and patience that the Mosca family have always had in dealing with clients creating objects that can satisfy the expectations of clients even without clear ideas. The craftworks are made mainly from the reuse of waste and misprints processing, freeing the creativity, and bearing in mind the world stage design and new trends. The exhibition is wide and offers a panoramic dizzying the possibilities of the metals used. Even if you're just curious, take a visit to the lab, you can not help but be fascinated by the equipment and the scenic places.