The process of creating a Ronit Furst Frame
The second layer is of the smaller areas and is done with colors that allow us to maintain very distinctive "borders" between colors without a cross-fading effect.
The third layer is of the smallest details and our tiny embellishments that give our designs their unique touch. It is done with the use of extremely small paintbrushes and requires a very steady hand.
The final layer is the gold and silver gilding layer (in selected color variations). After the paint has dried we apply the precious metal leaf onto the frame with a technique more than 3,000 years old. The pieces of leafs are applied to the surface with pressure, and a special adhesive holds them in place.
At this point the frames are painted, gilded and ready to go. They are transferred to the final stage of production, the protective coating.
We wash the frames to remove any residue left from the painting process and they are carefully mounted and fed through a fully automated coating machine that covers the entire frame with either a clear shiny coating or a matt- anti scratch coating.