Cherokee Porcelain Enamel Corporation
Cherokee Porcelain fabricates metal shapes to the customer’s specifications. We then coat the parts with porcelain enamel, inspect, package and ship. We also coat parts provided by the customer.
Cherokee Porcelain Enamel Company’s facilities include modern metal fabrication equipment. Our products are fabricated using a heavy gauge steel substrate. Colors are created with a mixture of inorganic pigments and frit (glass) and are fused to the steel substrate at 1400 to 1500 degrees Fahrenheit.
Since beginning operation in 1946, Cherokee Porcelain has furnished products to customers in the United States, including Alaska and Hawaii, Saudi Arabia, Puerto Rico, Canada, and Denmark.
We specialize in:
- Architectural Panels (Laminated or Veneer)
- Signs with graphics and/or text (Screen printed or Frisked)
- Letters (Individual handcrafted sections)
- Ceramicoat Braille (ADA Braille signage)
- Column Covers and Directories
- and Other Projects
Art museums display porcelain enamel art objects several thousand years old, whose sharp outlines and bright luster testify to their lasting durability and beauty. Cherokee Porcelain adopted the old world process used in 16th and 17th century Europe with the express purpose of producing the highest quality products available. Cherokee Porcelain uses modern methods to apply this material.
We use special enameling quality steel to produce a variety of architectural components. We make the shape and color coat to designer’s exacting requirements. Examples are flat or curved architectural building panels, column covers, supergraphics, photo murals, subway or transit signs, and maps. Our process includes silk-screened graphics and sometimes hand finished artwork.
For additional information or quote, please contact us.