The Engraving Workshop Dominique CHAINE proposes a range of metal stamps engraved in relief on brass blocks.
The use of these engravings is very diversified.
The embossed brass seal, known as “large relief”, is intended to be printed in hollows, in soft materials (soap, clay, paste, etc.) and before hardening.
The engraving can consist of text, one, two or three interlaced initials, a logo or a drawing.
Professional and amateur potters and ceramists, artists, use it to sign their works or label them.
An important relief (2.00 mm) makes it possible to print without the periphery of the brass base itself being printed.
The embossed brass stamp can also be considered as the king of tampons by its luxurious appearance when used in an ex-libris stamp , to mark the belonging of a book to a library. It is then used with an ink pad to print on the cover page of the book.The ex-libris stamp can take back a logo, a drawing, a text or a composition customized by its owner. It is therefore unique and personal.
For these pads, the engraving height is 1.00 mm.
Several dimensions and shapes are realizable and proposed for sale on line in THE SHOP