Lost-Wax Casting

Lost-Wax Casting

Lost-wax casting is an ancient jewelry technique, dating from at least 6,000 years ago. The form to be created is first sculpted from wax, then fixed inside a flask and immersed in liquid plaster. Once the plaster has set, the flask is placed inside a hot oven. The wax melts and runs out, leaving a hollow cavity in its place. This cavity is then used as a mold for molten metal, to create an exact replica of the original wax form.

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