Wall Scroll Clock 1 by Steven Bronstein of Blackthorne Forge
Stephen's work is temporarily unavailable due to a catastrophic studio fire. We will resume A.S.A.P.
Stephen Bronstein of Blackthorne Forge creates this artistic, Wall Scroll Clock. Natural oiled-metal finish, with a copper face. Includes a battery operated quartz mechanism with second hand.
* Size: 5.5"W. x 13.5"H.
* Size: 7"H.
Shipping: approximately two to three weeks.
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Due to the nature of handcrafted work, subtle variations are natural.
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Stephen Bronstein of Blackthorne Forge makes clocks, vases, bookends, floor lamps, sundials, garden sculpture and fountains. He also forges menorahs, seder plates, and other Judaica.
Steven has sought to blend the functional with the sculptural. His designs strive to blend the primitive charm of ironwork with the energy and interest of more contemporary design. Relying on the qualities that make iron such a beautiful material, Steven’s pieces are both delicate and rugged. Handmade in the USA.
Steven has had his classical menorah honored by being chosen for the 2013 Hanukkah stamp from the U.S. Post Office!
He and his helpers have been creating functional and sculptural ironwork for over 25 years. Steven has sought to blend the functional with the sculptural.
His designs strive to blend the primitive charm of ironwork with the energy and interest of more contemporary design.
Relying on the qualities that make iron such a beautiful material, Steven’s pieces are both delicate and rugged.
Blacksmiths have a three thousand year tradition that has changed and grown with the ages. This capacity to adapt and evolve with the changing designs of the day is the blacksmith’s greatest strength.
Just as the hot metal twists and bends to create beauty, so does the craft of black smithing itself. Steven celebrates this aspect of his art and looks forward to all of its possibilities. Here are three Quicktime movies about Stephen and his studio.