Metal Anniversary Gifts(26 items)
Welcome to the Metal Anniversary Gift Collection at NOVICA.
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A gift for my husband
My husband is crazy about bikes and it was a fitting gift for him on his birthday. He just loved it. The craftsmanship is beautiful
It was a hit!
Didnt know what my husband would think... He loved it! Just couldnt take his eyes off of it. Here was aa as so impressed by the workmanship and creativity of Armando Ramirez. Thank you
Armando Ramirez Recycled metal sculptures
“As a child I enjoyed inventing toys, and soon yearned to create a unique style of art. Environmentally enamored, I now transform recycled goods.”
"I've been working with NOVICA now since 2002 and I consider the team as part of my own family. I had the privilege of having one of the directors explain the project to me.
"When I first set up my workshop, sales were slow. But every member of the... read more
Popular Metal Anniversary Gifts
Iron wall sculpture, "Rainbow Butterfly"$199.99
Sculpted of iron, a butterfly flaunts wings with a rainbow of colors. J. Blas covers them with glass inlay to capture and reflect the light. To the ancient Aztecs, the butterfly represented Itzpapalotl — the Obsidian Butterfly — a principal deity and agricultural goddess.
Recycled Metal Rustic Wedding Engagement Sculpture, "Will You Marry Me?"$34.99
Love knows no boundaries and its force has the power to transform scrap metal pieces and auto parts into a sculpture with strong romantic undertones. Armando Ramírez recycles spark plugs into the lovers' bodies, thick wires for their arms and limbs, and discarded pieces from a die machine for their heads and feet. The bench and base are made of metal sheets from die machines. Ramírez masters this original art form as he successfully conveys the warmth of emotion with cold metal pieces.
Motorcycle Metal Recycled Sculpture from Mexico, "Rustic Monster Motorbike"$89.99
Armando Ramirez transforms a collection of metal pieces including thick wires and tube pipes to create this impressive motorbike. Other pieces that once made part of a car's electrical and ignition systems have a more specialized function in this sculpture. For example, bearings and coils are transformed into tires and hubcaps. The gas tank used to be an ignition rocker arm and the engine is built from tubes and a brush holder. Finally, the seat was taken from a clutch pedal.
Please note it is the artist's intention not to give his sculptures a fine polished finish, therefore smudges and scratches may be present.