Archive for June, 2009

Horton Brasses Launches Their New Seventh Finish! »

Recently Horton Brasses announced a seventh finish available in their line of high quality reproduction furniture hardware. Six finishes has been the norm, so they decided to introduce something new, and this introduction is huge. It’s not as simple as a new product or size; instead they are offering an entirely new finish for every piece of brass hardware they make. Artisans of the Valley offers Horton Brasses hardware on all commissions and as options on their restoration projects.


Architectural Accents – Leverage Visual Appeal & Continuity in Furniture and Architecture. »

Designers, home owners, builders, architects: If you’re involved in any project requiring a unique hand detailed architectural feature, Artisan of the Valley is offering a complete line of architectural products in a vast array of styles, shapes, and sizes including corbels, moldings, columns, capitals, pilasters, appliqués, rosettes. The line has been dubbed “Artisans Architecturals,” and is central to our plans to extend into new lines of business as well as new markets.


Is a Fishing Guide an Artist? – Ask Patricia Edel of Blue Fly Guide Services »

Alaskan fishing guide and outpost owner of King Salmon based Blue Fly Guide Service Patricia Edel was recently featured on Adventure Guides airing on the Outdoor Life Channel. We (Artisans of the Valley) ask the question “Is a fishing guide an artist?” … visit our blog for our answer, and please chime in with your own thoughts!