Llewellyn Kouba on mon 8 oct 01
Thanks much for the information and address for a beginning lead on where
to search for a mold prospect for an Aladdin lamp. I still am not sure
what my route will be. I may also give another try and making the
'original'....That is still an item that I wouldn't mind having a mold for
At 11:02 PM 10/7/2001 -0400, you wrote:
>Chesapeake Ceramics in Md should be able to get you either a mold or a
>your lamp. they are not clay people like we are used to, they are not
>knowledgeable about the process, but they are very good price wise and
> Chesapeake Ceramic Supply, Inc.
> 4706 Benson Ave.
> Baltimore, MD 21227 USA
> Phone: 410-247-1270
> Order Desk: 800-962-9655
> Fax: 410-247-1708
> Email: email@example.com
>as usual I have no association with them, and your mileage may vary, etc.
>Millie in Md. where it is getting too chilly to eat dinner in a sukkah
>Llewellyn Kouba wrote:
> > Readers.
> > I still have my customer on the waiting line for some Aladin lamps. I
> > tried something like the form some months back with no luck. Any
> > ideas. How would I go about making a mold....I don't like the form I
> > make. Do I make something out of plasticine or carve it out of a plater
> > block and then make a mold. I have little to no experiences in mold
> > making. Maybe it is time to learn? Does anyone know a catalog who might
> > carry a nice mold for an item like that. I really think I would like to
> > make my own then I can say it is my work etc.. At least initially it seems
> > like a real lot of time needed but might be worth it in the end to be able
> > to slip pour a few of these> something else I have never worked with *
> > slip caste.
> > Llewellyn
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