A French company specialized in design and renovation of old fashion bistrot style cafe counters 1900-1930 is looking for distributors in Europe.
The age-old manufacturing process has to be carefully followed. First,pewter ingots are melted together. Pewter is then poured into a mould that is shaped on a wooden frame. For manufacturing counter edges, pewter is poured into vintage moulds 1870-1930. Plates and edges are then welded together, rasped, filed down, curled in a traditional way. Pewter complies with EC and US Sanitary Regulation To ornament bistrot counters, the French company offers a wide range of accessories: from bottle-holders to columns, springs and glass-racks. Original parts add to the uncomparable “cachet” of an authentic pewter counter. The 1930 decoration plates are at the front of the counters or on the surrounding woodwork. They are made in solid brass. Two types of rendering are available: polished bras or matt nickel . The rear counter columns and corner plates support wooden or glass shelves.
Such manufacturing technique demands extensive know-how and craftsmanship. European partners sought to market such products should share the same passion for cafe atmospheres from the Belle Epoque (1900-1930).