Why does Aeren use lost wax technique to cast bronze pieces of art? From the craftsmen in Egyptian civilization to the artists in ancient Europe, bronze objects have been crafted using lost wax casting for more than 5,000 years. Still used in our modern day, the precision and high-quality finish achieved using this process produces detailed and intricate bronze art each and every time.
We handcraft artistic bronze urns and sculptures with the greatest detail and luxury finish. Each bronze art produced by a lost wax casting process is a unique masterpiece, exclusively personalized for you with a high-quality patina coloring. With more than 30 years of experience, the craftsmen from our fine art foundry teamed up with in-house artists to create inspiring artistic urns. From these original works of art, molds are crafted to replicate our bronze urns. Once a hollow wax copy is made from one of our molds, it is chased, sprued, gated, dipped into a liquid binder solution and dried. The molten bronze is then poured into one of our premium molds and allowed to harden and cool, so that our artists can hand-finish it to perfection. Then begins final step: the coloring process with patina. This process also protects the urn, so that the memory of your loved one lasts forever.