Master Craftsman John Natale founded Natale & Sons, Inc. in 1974 as a family owned business specializing in the creation of pewter and lead-free castings of everything from costume jewelry, to cast metal promotional products, and specialty items such as frames, figurines, hardware, and memorabilia, serving manufacturers, retailers, companies, clubs and institutions.
Continuing in the family tradition, son Joseph, as a young and energetic teenager, began working after school more than 3 decades ago, to learn the trade of casting and moldmaking from his Dad---one of the industry's finest. John taught his young son not only the techniques of the trade, but more importantly, he shared with Joseph his passion for the work and the satisfaction he derived from providing high quality. John was well known for the personal attention he gave each of Natale and Sons' customers and for the warmth of his smile and greeting as they stopped by the family's workshop to discuss their next challenging project.
In 2009, son Joseph stepped into the role of President of Natale &Sons, Inc., insuring that the new generation of craftsmen would share the same values that defined John. Prompt personal attention, keen technical skills, and a love for the work will continue to make Natale and Sons a member of YOUR team.
Meticulous attention to detail, quality and service to its customers will continue to distinguish Natale & Sons from its competition and hold its place among the premier casting shops in New England.
"The customer always comes first." That expression, and its spirit, has been a vital part of Natale & Sons success and will continue to be in this millennium. It's staff of designers, model makers, mold makers and casters are waiting to assist you in the creation of that perfect piece. Whether you have a design already made or an idea for a design, Natale & Sons -with its dedicated staff of professionals- looks forward to serving you.
We offer complete modelmaking services, includng traditional hand modelmaking, CAD Design, and CNC milling in a variety of materials, as well as large format 3D printing and 3D scanning.