Metal Anniversary Gifts(25 items)
Welcome to the Metal Anniversary Gift Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Metal Anniversary Gifts
I bought this for a colleague when he finally proposed after many years with his girlfriend. They both loved it. They said it actually captured the moment perfectly and they have it prominently displayed. It makes me happy to see the auto parts upcycled to become items that bring joy to others.
Got this for my husband for Christmas, was perfect! Makes a nice piece to his sailing collection. Thank you!
Love his work
All of the statues i have purchased of his are outstanding and individual. I love his craftmanship and consistency.
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 you now since 2002 and I consider you as part of my own family. I had the privilege of having one of your directors explain the project to me.
When I first set up my workshop, sales were slow. But every one of you showed me an... read more
Popular Metal Anniversary Gifts
Handcrafted Sun and Moon Steel Wall Sconce from Mexico, "Eclipse Over Jalisco"
The fiery sun welcomes the cool blue moon in an elegant eclipse designed by J. Blas. He crafts the extraordinary iron candleholder by hand from iron, featuring cut-out details that reveal the colors and textures of the wall behind. The t-light candle holder is placed on the back.
Artisan Crafted Recycled Metal and Car Part Rustic Sculpture, "Rustic Piano Man"
Leaning forward in concentration, a musician plays a melody on the grand piano. The virtuoso is crafted from an amazing assortment of bicycle and automobile parts. Armando Ramírez recycles them as rustic art.
Please note it is the artist's intention no to give his sculptures a fine polished finish, therefore smudges and scratches may be present.
Unique Recycled Metal and Aut Parts Sculpture Mexico, "Quixote in Love"
Kneeling in his heavy armor, Don Quixote de la Mancha declares his love for Dulcinea. Armando Ramírez depicts the beloved character from Miguel de Cervantes' 17th century novel, sculpting the idealistic knight from recycled metal and auto parts.