Milton Wagner's Profile

About

Our Business Philosophy
We here at Aspen Ironworks believe in doing things like our grandparents did them. Some may call it old fashioned but we think of ourselves as classic. We handcraft decor and furnishings with love to be beautiful and lasting. You won't get your purchase next day, but we know you'll agree the finished product is worth the wait!We want your purchase to last for generations to come.

The Green of Aspen
We come from a long line of farmers and believe in growing our own food, and recycling, renewing and reusing materials around us. Which is why Milton uses only discarded or abandoned metal when he designs his original art pieces. Over the past 30 years, Milton has repurposed over 7,000 discarded horseshoes. Not only does it clean up the environment for our children but allows Milton to repurpose materials meant to last a lifetime!…

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  • Born on May 2
  • Joined April 30, 2010

Favorite materials

Reclaimed metal, Wrought Iron, Horseshoes, recycled building materials, metal, wood, Iron, cowboy, vintage

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AspenIronworks
Putting the Art and Soul into Metalcrafting

About

Our Business Philosophy
We here at Aspen Ironworks believe in doing things like our grandparents did them. Some may call it old fashioned but we think of ourselves as classic. We handcraft decor and furnishings with love to be beautiful and lasting. You won't get your purchase next day, but we know you'll agree the finished product is worth the wait!We want your purchase to last for generations to come.

The Green of Aspen
We come from a long line of farmers and believe in growing our own food, and recycling, renewing and reusing materials around us. Which is why Milton uses only discarded or abandoned metal when he designs his original art pieces. Over the past 30 years, Milton has repurposed over 7,000 discarded horseshoes. Not only does it clean up the environment for our children but allows Milton to repurpose materials meant to last a lifetime!

“He who works with his hands is a laborer.
He who works with his hands and his head is a craftsman.
He who works with his hands and his head and his heart is an artist.”
― St. Francis of Assisi

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