What are the finishes of g. Armani figurines?
• "B" Finish – is a decorative technique that craftsmen give few touches of "patina" to produce a more detailed sculpture. Painters at the Florence Studio developed B finish to replicate the natural patina of marble.
• "C" Finish - a brilliantly luminous, full-color finish requiring kinds of painterly skills and sensitivity that are needed to achieve artistic levels which enhance an Armani sculpture.
• "E" Finish – original patterns and striking mosaic effects make this E finish unique. The coloration of E finish gives the sculpture charming beauty.
• "F" Finish - uses one color (e.g. white or any of the other restrained tonalities). The flesh tones of the figurine's exposed skin are dominant.
• "M" Finish - is a metallic (bronze) finish covering used for Giuseppe Armani/ Florence Sculture d'Arte's sculptures. This elegantly classic bronze finish accentuates and highlights each of these dazzling sculptures.
• "P" Finish - is characterized by the use of delicate, pure-pastel hues. Harsh or dramatic color-contrast does not happen here. Instead, colors blend and meld creating a soft and calming effect.
• "S" Finish - is the designation used for the African-American figurines. The "S" finish also denotes the "Wildlife" series. S finish Armani sculptures have natural color variation.
• "T" Finish – a "Terra-Cotta" (which in Latin means "fired earth") base color for an "earthy" look is used to color Armani statue figurines. It is believed that only in the medium of terra-cotta one can actually sense the hands of the artist molding his sculpture. This particularly prized material has inspired the "T" finish of Giuseppe Armani and the Florence Sculture d'Arte.