U Key Ring
by Carl Auböck
Materials: Solid Brass
Height: 38mm / 1 1/2″
Length: 38 mm / 1 1/2″
The fourth-generation Viennese workshop of Carl Auböck combines traditional craftsmanship with a modern aesthetic. The enduring nature of Auböck designs like this u-shaped key ring can be attributed to “simplicity and high quality – no fashionable tricks,” says Carl Auböck IV, who now oversees the workshop with his sister, Maria. “Such artifacts develop a soul over time, a certain patina.”
This un-lacquered brass object will develop a patina over time. Polish by buffing with soft cloth. Brass polish may also be used; use a second clean, dry cloth to buff the brass to a shine. Imperfections such as small scratches and/or minor nicks on the surface of this item are evidence of the handmade production process and should not be considered defects.
Crafted in Vienna, Austria
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