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Heirloom Stair & Iron Inc. of Campobello wins International Metalcraft awards

Published 9:25am Monday, April 22, 2013

Heirloom Stair & Iron Inc. of 13728 Hwy. 11, Campobello has won awards for outstanding craftsmanship in an international competition sponsored by the National Ornamental & Miscellaneous Metals Association (NOMMA).

The event was open to nearly 600 member firms throughout the U.S. and in seven foreign countries. Heirloom Stair & Iron Inc. received the following awards:

Gold – art/sculpture; bronze - interior railings, forged; gold – structures; and bronze – unusual ornamental fabrication.

The presentation was made at a special banquet in Albuquerque, N.M., March 23, during NOMMA’s 55th annual conference.

To win an award, entrants must submit photos and a description of their work. This material is then publicly displayed in a gallery where NOMMA member firms then vote. The company’s Allyn Moseley was also recently promoted to an officer on the NOMMA board of directors.

– article submitted by Todd Daniel

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