Because of it's strength and cosmetic qualities brass sheet is often used in decorative hardware such
as door locking mechanisms and hinges because of it's durability, strength and cosmetic value.
Doorknobs made from brass sheet have also retained their functional and decorative value for generations. Many musical instruments utilize
this metal form including coronets, tubas,trumpets, flugelhorns and trombones. The military still uses the bugle in ceremonies such as "taps" to
signal the end of the day and flag lowering. The arts and crafts industry uses brass sheets to make decorative pots, vases, bowls and many other
items. These brass sheets are often required in designing and assembling trophies, elevator interiors, wall panels, letters and numbered
architectural decorative applications. The metal form is also used in the manufacture of lamps, plates, flatware, trim, kick plates, door pulls,
lighting switch plates, footrails, handrails, door knobs, cabinet hardware, high grade ovens, planters, name plates, handbag trim and decorative
parts and many other applications requiring brass sheeting. The use of this metal form has been used for jewelry since ancient Roman times and
still is today.