H&K Metal Sculptures and Wine Bottle Holders
H & K Sculptures are world renowned for their tasteful creativity and superior craftsmanship. From the mind of metal artist Guenter Scholz, these handmade pieces are crafted in Germany by welding recycled steel and copper to successfully portray a variety of lifestyles, professions, humor, transportation, and more. H & K Metal Sculptures offer more than just whimsy to your home or office environment, they add a personal touch which few decorative items provide.
H & K Wine Bottle Holders were introduced in the United States in 2000 and have expanded greatly from the two original designs initially available to the public. With a plethora of unparalleled personality and stylish grace, these artistic renditions of culture are continually being improved upon by taking suggestions from the faithful connoisseurs who purchase them as unique gifts for family, friends, loved ones, and business associates. H & K Wine Caddies are also a fashionable way to show appreciation to your favorite doctor, dentist, attorney, teacher, politician, clergyman, firefighter, and more.
H & K Metal Sculptures make terrific custom corporate gifts which are capable of being personalized to your needs. Whether you need truly unique Business Card Holders, desk accessories, Wine Bottle Holders, or Metal Sculptures, H & K has the best items that make the perfect gift.
See what over ten years of experience and the vision of a great metal sculptor portraying his view of the world through art. H&K metal sculptures make the perfect gift for anyone on your holiday list or for any occasion. No matter what trade or hobbies your recipients are into, H&K has a personalized recycled gift that fits their interests and your budget.
The wine lover, animal lover, and art lover will find beauty in the visually appealing and economically friendly handmade gifts birthed in Germany and proudly crafted in the U.S. Each piece offers a light reflection on culture and is done in the style of a visionary in the world of metal sculpture, Guenter Scholz.