The wood we use for our hangers is a noble, living material, and no two pieces are the same. To show it off in its best light, in-depth knowledge and respect are key. Nowadays we have sophisticated, automated machinery to help us, yet we still need our hands and eyes to gauge the quality and integrity of the wood and to bring out the most attractive grain. The know-how we have developed is based as much on skill as on sensitivity: our hangers are a testament to our ability to combine the two.
We work mostly with beech, which is strong and durable and has a beautiful, straight grain that eventually turns pinkish beige. However, we also appreciate the characteristics of, and work with, oak, lime, walnut and ash, as well as red cedar. Each wood has its own personality that needs to be nurtured and brought to light.