The tradition of Haitian cut metal art began in the early 1930s with Georges Liatauds imaginative cemetery crosses crafted from recycled metal. Artisans cut open 55-gallon drums, hammer them flat, and then mark designs on the black metal with chalk. The design is then carved and finished using chisels and other simple hand tools.
- Cut metal
- 22D inches
- Handcrafted in Haiti
- Due to the handcrafted nature of our products, slight variations enhance authenticity.
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