Etched brass framework, dipped and flocked, red-brown, brown stem, given measurement is approximate height of the tree.
There is no better alternative for the naturalistic representation of landscape elements than trees made from etched brass. The process for manufacturing the trees is very interesting: first, the two-dimensional framework for the branches is etched from thin sheet brass. This framework is then bent into the three-dimensional shape of the tree and covered with special flock. For trees with heights ≤ 37 mm, the thin sheet stem (trunk) is simply dipped in paint - in order to "plant" the foliage on it, slits must be cut into the foundation sheet. It is only in the case of larger trees with heights of more than 42 mm that the tree's crown has a brass wire attached, which then has a larger trunk modelled around it.