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Valley Bronze of Oregon has been in continuous production at its foundry facility in Joseph, Oregon since 1982. Starting as a small bronze art casting facility serving local artists with less than a dozen employees, Valley Bronze added a monument facility in 1987, with the extra space, ceiling height, and equipment to accommodate larger sculptures and major art fabrication projects.

Working for a growing list of sculptors from across the country, Valley Bronze soon built an excellent reputation for producing art castings of the highest quality.

After building three sets of massive, bas-relief bronze doors for the Cathedral of Our Lady of Lourdes in Spokane, Washington, we broadened our range of work to include custom bronze doors and ornamental metal fabrication. In addition to bronze, we routinely cast stainless steel, aluminum, mild steel, and silver. 

CURRENT NEWS

  • 7/7/14 - The Valley Bronze Gallery is now re-opened. The new hours will be Tuesday thru Saturday 10:00a.m. to 5:00p.m. Tours will still be given at the foundry, for more information please contact the foundry by email info@valleybronze.com or call at (541) 432-7551.


Valley Bronze takes pride in producing art castings of the highest quality combined with unexcelled ornamental metal fabrication capabilities. Working in ferric metals and precious metals as well as bronze and aluminum, our customers are our best references, and year after year continue to attest to our high standards of craftsmanship. We combine a state of the art investment casting facility with a fully equipped metal fabrication operation, allowing us to undertake a full range of projects from small edition fine art sculpture to multi-million dollar ornamental metal subcontracts.



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