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This attractive glass jar with lid is made with glass casting technique, a process similar to metal casting. Glass casting is a process wherein glass objects are cast by directing molten glass into a mold and allowing it to solidify. The technique is thousands of years old and originated during the ancient Egyptian and ancient Roman periods. Modern cast glass exudes artistry like this exquisite glass offering and is formed by a variety of processes such as kiln casting, casting into sand, graphite, metal or plaster. Kiln casting involves preparing a mold which is often made of a mixture of plaster and refractory materials such as silica. A model is then made from any solid materials, like wax, wood or metal, and after taking a cast of the model (a process called investment) the model is removed from the mold. One method of forming a mold is by the Cire Perdue or “lost wax” method. Using this method, a model is made from wax and after investment the wax is steamed or burned away in a kiln, forming a cavity. The heat resistant mold is then placed in a kiln equipped with a funnel-like opening filled with solid glass granules. The kiln is heated to temperatures between 800 °C (1470 °F) and 1,000 °C (1830 °F), and as the glass melts it runs into and fills the mold, revealing an object of art on solidification

Color : Clear

Production Method : Handmade

Material Description : Glass, Mango Wood

Size (L x B x H) : 5 x 5 x 4.5 Inches

Weight : 400 grams

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Pack Contents : 1 unit of jar with lid


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