Category Archives: Custom Work

Heirloom has a big night at NOMMA—And we don’t just mean awards

The NOMMA Convention is always a special weekend for The Heirloom Companies. NOMMA, of course, refers to the National Ornamental and Miscellaneous Metals Association: a loose-knit and highly skilled group of metalworks artisans from all over the country. “The NOMMA Convention is a great opportunity for the team to interact with other people in the industry,” says Ben Moseley, “and share stories [...]

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Allyn Moseley honored as next NOMMA President

Allyn Moseley honored as next NOMMA President: Points to future to extend past traditions At METALfab 2015, held in King of Prussia, PA (near Philadelphia), Allyn Moseley was named the 2015 President for the National Ornamental and Miscellaneous Metals Association (NOMMA). “This is a tremendous honor,” says Allyn. “I am thankful for the encouragement and [...]

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Epic adventure for Heirloom in the Great White North

It began with a simple Google search. A Canadian Architectural Design firm was searching for a premier metal works craftsman to design and create three exterior Juliet balconies for a custom home in Ottawa, Canada. It didn’t take them long to land on The Heirloom Companies site and conclude: “this is the company for us.”

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Ironwork Legacy: Forging the past, present and future

As part of their new dream home atop Glassy Mountain, the Markitells had four custom fireplace screens designed to depict the different places they’ve lived over the years: western Pennsylvania, New Orleans, Houston, and Trinidad and Tobago. Take a look to see how their legacy will burn bright for generations to come.

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From stair rail, to stepping stone, to award-winning piece

We call it railing #309. That was the actual lot number of the luxury property at The Cliffs at Glassy Mountain for which we designed this circular staircase and custom railing. The home itself was more like a castle than a house. Vast, towering, and exuding an old-world feel, this home was poised like a fortress upon the hilltop. It’s impressive, by anyone’s standards. So when the builder, Jason Bergeron, approached us about designing a custom circular railing, we wanted to capture the uniqueness and majesty of the house itself.

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