About Pearlworks

Welcome to the world of Pearlworks. Your source for innovative architectural ornamentation. Our designs have been inspired by great architecture ranging from Europe to Asia. Pearlworks is the only manufacturer of Hybrid Architectural Molding in the world. This innovative process combines Hardwood and resin castings together creating a unique molding with twice the detail at HALF THE PRICE of machine wood carvings. All our maple hardwood moldings are made using this hybrid manufacturing process. When complex radiuses and curves require a flexible molding, our specially blended urethane moldings are the answer! They are as flexible as your needs. When it comes to finishing your project, any water or oil base stain or paint can be used.

New designs never end! The innovative design team at Pearlworks is constantly creating new and exciting ornamentation for the industry and consumer markets. Our clients include theme parks to movie studios, all requiring a nonstandard size or design. Our latest creations have been targeted for the cabinet and furniture industries. These new designs range from columns to unique handle pulls that have been specifically scaled for the proper balance and feel. If you are planning a new kitchen or just want to add some detail, you will want to take a look at these new and innovative products.>

Who has time to wait? Our extensive inventory has over 30,000 parts at any given time. This allows us to ship faster than anyone in the industry! Our in stock items can usually be shipped within a few days. Large or out of stock orders can be shipped within seven to 10 days depending on the size of your order.

Our 24-hour fax ordering system receives and processes orders seven days a week for your convenience. For questions, our office hours are 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday thru Friday. Please fax us at (714) 573-1708 or call (714) 573-1700.

Phone: 714-573-1700

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