Fabricated in highly polished stainless steel & measuring three feet wide by two feet high, this impressive sculpture was a generous gift and built to last - so Fine Cut's engraving had to be perfect.
The 'Legacy Cauldron' was commissioned by Bell Telecom (Canada) as a trophy to be presented to BT. The initial design and production was carried out by brand specialists SWARM, who selected Fine Cut for the detailed engraving due to our reputation for fine engravings and our flexibility with the difficult project.
The structure was designed with a three-dimensional Mobius Strip - which is a continuous surface with only one side - and was to feature an inscription in both English & French that read: "So the whole world can see and remember, So that billions feel like they were there."
The inscription was hand engraved by Fine Cut's team of experienced engravers, using traditional methods of hammer and flattened punch to make small indentations which together created each individual letter.
Fine Cut worked to a very tight time frame, completing the project in time to allow the gift to be presented to BT at an event between both companies.
“I just wanted to say thank you for the help recently given to us by your Company. We had some products with you for engraving last week when I believe you had a breakdown on the engraving machine. This meant that the delivery of the items was delayed and we were told that it would be mid this week before we could expect them. This gave us quite a problem as we were due to ship Â£100k's worth of systems to our customer on Monday last and we needed the parts for them. I telephoned Colin and explained the situation and he said he would do his best to get sufficient parts to us by Monday. In fact we received sufficient parts on Friday last which enabled us to get the systems finished in plenty of time. The effort put in by Colin and all of your team to get over the problem and ensure we could meet out commitments is very much appreciated. Many thanks and I look forward to speaking with you again soon.”