Rose Gallery

When Darkmoon Metals started out we would have never guessed that much of our time would be dedicated to making roses from copper and steel. The very first rose was made as a Christmas gift for Jeff’s mother using a piece of copper pipe, it needed to be flattened and shaped with a torch. It took about 3 hours to make.  After a few people saw the rose some wanted one for themselves, we created special tools and processes to make them.  From there the rest as they say is history.


This page is a work in progress.

As new roses are made better and more consistent photos will be added. 

Polished Copper

Polished copper roses that will patina over time.

Chocolate Rose

Copper roses that are sand blasted and given a coat of clear protective enamel

Antiqued Copper

This is a copper rose that has been left outside to patina with the help of an oxidizer.

Click on any of the images below for a larger photo.

If you would like to see how our steel and copper roses are made please feel free to watch the videos below.

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