About Baby Bronzes

Baby Bronzes are high quality castings made with the finest materials. They will be a permanent record of your child'€™s development. Each cast bronze hand or foot has a lifetime guarantee; they are solid bronze and do not need the protection of a frame, and handling will enhance them. All castings are engraved, dated and packaged. The lostwax process is used to cast fine sculpture and monuments, or in the case of Baby Bronzes your child's hands and feet. Absolute detail is reproduced including fingerprints.

The castings are not exclusively of children; we have often been asked to cast adult hands as well. The initial mould of your child is done using a non toxic material; the procedure is painless, safe and fast.

Baby Bronzes was established in Wellington in 1992 as part of the foundry Created and Cast Bronze Ltd.

Click through to our website for more information, or give us a call today!

What makes us different?

We offer excellent castings of children's and adults' hands and feet. We also work with dogs in the Wellington region. We use premium materials and your end-product is easy to take care of.

Contact us for more information. We are located in Wellington.

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Servicing: Lower Hutt, Kapiti, Paraparaumu, Upper Hutt City, Waikanae, Wellington Central, Tawa, Porirua

Services these areas

Lower Hutt , Kapiti , Paraparaumu , Upper Hutt City , Waikanae , Wellington Central , Tawa , Porirua

Products and services

  • Gifts
Payment Options
  • Cheques
Markets Served
  • Commercial
  • Residential
  • Testimonials
  • Custom Orders
  • Made to Order
  • Individually Created
  • School Age
  • Babies
  • Preschool
  • Girls
  • Preteens
  • Toddlers
  • Boys
  • Children
Service Options
  • Online Information
  • Online Payments
  • Online Booking
  • Gift Certificates

Mailing address

PO BOX 41008 Eastbourne Lower Hutt 5047

Parking options

Free Off-Street

Payment options

  • Cash
  • Gift Vouchers
  • Direct Credit (internet banking, phone banking)

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