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Bronze Boutique Products

Discover our line of bronze fine art pieces. Perfect for boutiques, stores, gift shops in museums, science centers and beyond. Wholesale pricing available. These pieces are just an example of our foundry's custom casting capabilities, reach out today to create your perfect product line - beautifully hand-cast in bronze, polished, waxed, and patina added. 

Bronze Megalodon Tooth

Beautifully hand-cast in bronze this Megalodon tooth is an excellent addition to any boutique.

Size: 3"x4"

The Megalodon is a member of an extinct species of megatooth shark (Otodontidae) that is considered to be the largest shark, as well as the largest fish, that ever lived. Fossils attributed to megalodon have been found dating from the early Miocene Epoch (which began 23.03 million years ago) to the end of the Pliocene Epoch (2.58 million years ago). The word megalodon, a compound of Greek root words, means “giant tooth.”


Bronze Trilobite

This bronze casting of a Trilobite is an a great preserved artifact of natural history. Custom polish patina added to show contrast.

Size: 3.5"x3.5"

The Trilobite, any member of a group of extinct fossil arthropods easily recognized by their distinctive three-lobed, three-segmented form. Trilobites, exclusively marine animals, first appeared at the beginning of the Cambrian Period, about 542 million years ago, when they dominated the seas. Although they became less abundant in succeeding geologic periods, a few forms persisted into the Permian Period, which ended about 251 million years ago.


Bronze Ammonite

Preserved in bronze this fine art piece represents one of the most prominent early forms of life that first appeared 409 million years ago.
Size: 7"x 8"

Ammonoids are a group of extinct marine mollusc animals in the subclass Ammonoidea of the class Cephalopoda. These molluscs, commonly referred to as ammonites, are more closely related to living coleoids (i.e., octopuses, squid and cuttlefish) than they are to shelled nautiloids such as the living Nautilus species. The earliest ammonites appeared during the Devonian, with the last species vanishing during the Cretaceous–Paleogene extinction event.

Bronze Trilobite

Curled up in it's protective state, this bronze trilobite would fit perfectly in a museum or science center boutique with the theme of natural history.

Size: 2.5"x2.5"

Because trilobites appear fully developed in the Cambrian Period, it appears likely that the ancestral trilobites originated during the Ediacaran Period (630 million to 542 million years ago) of Precambrian times. An organism that may be ancestral to the trilobites, as well as to other arthropods, may be represented by Spriggina, which is known from Precambrian shallow-water marine deposits in Australia. Trilobites are frequently used for stratigraphic correlations.