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A trio of Industrial smelting pots

S/N:TI826

21st Century

United Kingdom

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These are a stunning trio of industrial crucibles. I got these directly from the foundry and was told all about how the colours occur in the stone. The material these are made of is silicon carbide which is a similar material to glass. Meaning when these are exposed to extreme heat regularly the material begins to glaze. The colours that run through the pots will change depending on what is being smelted. The pattern on each one will also be different every time so each one is unique. For me these are the perfect example of recycling as if I hadn't gone to the foundry and found these they would have most likely have been thrown out as they are of no use as a smelting pot any more but they are just so attractive they can now have another life in someones home. The colours are blues and greens as these were used for smelting bronze. The crater like patination is very tactile and gives these a truly unique appearance.

Measurements Height 28cm Diameter 22cm

Dimensions: 

  • H: 28cm (11.02in)
  • W: 22cm (8.66in)
  • D: 22cm (8.66in)

Period: 

21st Century

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My name is Matt Dixon and for as long as I can remember I have had a love for history and design which I find relate very closely.

Since starting up TallBoy Interiors 3 years ago, I have learnt so much about what works together and I find that you can mix modern and classic pieces to create a truly unique design.

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