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Hammering for Emphasis


Hammering helps define the shape of the hood in this kitchen. Note the corners of the hood, the lower band, and the crown are hammered, while the front and sides are smooth.
Hood With Random Hammered Accents

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This overall view shows how the hammered crown and band frame the top and bottom of the hood, and how the hammered corners emphasize the sweeping curved shape. The difference in texture between the smooth metal areas and the hammered areas makes the hammered areas more distinct.
Random Hammered Hood Band and Corner


In this closeup image, the large amount of hand work that our hammered textures require is obvious. Every indent is a hammer hit! Each part is individually hammered before it is cut, formed, and welded.

More Kinds of Hammering
Our hammered textures completely change the appearance of your hood, countertop, or sink. Here are some examples of the different hammered effects.

Reverse Hammering on Zinc Island Countertop
The texture of our reverse hammering on this zinc countertop shows how this pattern has a distinctly different feel compared with random hammering.

  Reverse Hammering Closeup
Ray's Hammering on Copper Farm Sink
Our Ray's Hammering pattern looks a bit like tooled leather. The hammering gives this sink an exquisite hand-made sensibility that is instantly visible.

  Ray's Hammering Closeup

Standard Distressing on Zinc Hood

Heavy Distressing on Copper Hood