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About Us



T H E  S T O R Y  O F  R I C H A R D  P E L L   C R E A T I V E M E T A L W O R K

Richard Pell trained in sculpture at Wimbledon school of Art and Middlesex University. He founded Creative Metalwork in 1989 and with over 25 years of experience, has established himself as a highly skilled and dedicated craftsman, with a reputation for his imaginative designs and reliable service.

“The work I produce reflects much of the enjoyment of its making, and its successful translation is reflected in its wide ranging audience. The assortment of products and prices makes it accessible as well as highly collectable and sought after. My insistence to remain British made is integral to my philosophy and development as an artist, I sign each piece through hand engraving, marking my commitment to this belief.”

T H E  R A N G E

The Richard Pell Creative Metalwork range consists of over 200 designs that include the highly popular Metal Wall Art range, Clocks, Mirrors and Fridge Magnets all suitable for indoor use and a Stainless steel garden range for outside use.

F I X I N G  I N S T R U C T I O N S

Each design can be attached to the wall with a small nail or fixed to tiles and glass with double sided sticky pads.

C A R E  A N D  U S E

Except for the stainless steel garden range everything is made of mild steel and protected from rusting with a coat of clear industrial lacquer that gives suitable protection for indoor use. They can however easily be coated with additional clear lacquer or varnish to give them added protection for outside use. This can be applied by either aerosol or paint brush, make sure that the piece is clean and grease free and always test it on back of the piece first. Aerosols can be purchased from most DIY and car accessory shops. The stainless steel garden range is suitable for outdoor use and can even be placed in water features.
Cleaning is straight forward, simply use a duster or damp cloth, but avoid using abrasive cleaners or scouring pads.
 

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