Lost Wax Art Bronze Foundry
|Specializing in the areas of -
|Art Bronze Restoration, Preservation, and Conservation -Sculpture Maintenance
Programs - Historic Demolition - Bronze Casting Consultation
Fine Art Casting Services
Kassons Castings is a family owned and operated Art Bronze Foundry specializing
in the production of Art Bronze
Castings using the Lost Wax Method. Having been
a contender in the world of "Art Bronze" for more than 35 years, Kassons Castings is able to confidently and competently offer expert services by experienced
professionals in many different arenas. With three active generations of the
Family practicing, perfecting, and improving upon over 35 years of bronze
casting excellence, our facility proudly offers expert services in the following areas:
- Art Bronze Restoration, Preservation, and Conservation
- Sculpture Maintenance Programs
- Historic Demolition
- Bronze Casting Consultation
- Fine Art Casting Services
With 35 years of experience in the bronze casting business, we have acquired/developed
the necessary skill sets, tools, and equipment to operate an elite level facility with the
capability to tackle jobs in-house or off-site.
Kassons Castings ranks with the top art foundries in the country.
When you are looking for art foundries, please consider our foundry for
Fine Art Casting, Art Bronze
Sculpture Restoration, Art Bronze Sculpture Preservation, and Art Bronze
Sculpture Conservation, Sculpture Maintenance, Historic Demolition,
and Consultation, are our specialties. The scopes of work associated with these pursuits are numerous,
and to perform them well, our technicians must have special skills. Performance of the services we offer requires us to be master
foundrymen, craftsmen, expert welders, patinuers, moldmakers, and restorationists with a working knowledge of many different products, tools, and materials. There are many great foundries in this country, and we are proud to be
one of them.
|Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum
35' tall bronze star
Weight 20,000 lbs.
|Dallas Museum of Natural History
26 ft long
Weight 15,000 lbs.