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Azul Copper Bartop with Epoxy

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This beautiful copper bartop has been made with our light 36 gauge Azul copper followed by a coat of lacqyer and our self-leveling epoxy.  Azul has beautiful islands of blue and green throughout a dark copper color.

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Zebra Patina Copper Bartop with Epoxy

This Zebra Copper Bartop seams nicely as the customer intersected the direction of the copper.  The colors of Zebra allow it to transition nicely into multiple decor schemes.  The top was finished with a coat of lacquer followed by the self-leveling epoxy for ultimate protection.

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Bamboo Copper Bartop with Epoxy

This beautiful Bamboo bartop was done with a light wood bar rail that brings out the colors of the Bamboo Patina.  The self-leveling epoxy on top gives it a wonderful shine as the lights overhead reflect.

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Maverick's Restaurant Bar Top

This Copper Bar Top is at Maverick's.  Enchantment is one of our most popular choices for bartops and countertops due to the unique design.  Enchantment is unique as you can have your pattern go Pattern Longways or Pattern Normal to change up your design.

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Bamboo Copper Countertop

Here is the Bamboo Patina Countertop.  The Bamboo is a great choice when you want a little design to plain copper.  You can cover it with lacquer and epoxy and have a nice soild countertop.

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Enchantment Copper Coffee Table

This is a beautiful Enchantment Copper Coffee Table made using the Light 36 Gauge Copper with the lacquer and epoxy.  It was wrapped around a wood slab to make it that thick.

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Stellar Bar Top

This beautiful bartop used our Light 36 Gauge Copper in Stellar followed by a coat of lacquer and then our self leveling epoxy.  The Stellar looks perfect with the dark wood trim and the dark bar.  It gives a bit of mystery.

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Wine Red Curved Bar Top

This customer used our Wine Red 36 Gauge Copper to make a curved bar top and then covered with lacquer and our self-leveling epoxy.  Curved bars are more difficult and not something we recommend you take on unless you are familiar with a similar process.  This one came out beautifully!

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How to Deal with Seams

One of the biggest questions we get asked by customers is "how do I deal with seams?" We understand you don't always want seams but with a handmade product we do have limits of how long we can make each sheet.  Seams are also a must on an L-shaped bar.  Copper seams are very similar [...]

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24 Gauge vs. 36 Gauge

The question we get asked a lot is what is the difference between the 36 gauge and the 24 gauge? The 24 gauge is about as thick as a credit card and needs to be cut with hand shears or a carbide blade on a router.  It is then rolled and adhered with liquid nails [...]

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