As an alloy woven since antiquity from variant scales of zinc and copper; brass interlaced itself with each and every eon of our existence in distinct functional and creative ways.
This ageless metal is as versatile as it is sustainable and recyclable which contributed to its appearance in our lives since as early as Neolithic times. 1
The Greeks referred to brass as 'Oreichalcos' and the romans called it 'Aurichalum. They used it to create helmets and ornamental jewelry, as well as its use in homeware and cutlery not only in ancient Rome, but also in Asia. 2