This highly unusual, authentic foundry pattern wasa salvaged from a closed foundry in Parkersburg, West Virginia. It measures 2 feet x 3 feet and features the detailed, 3-dimensional replica of the object about to be cast. This mold was used to create the cavity of the highly specific, intricately engineered part in the mold. It is through pouring molten metal into these molds that aluminum castings are created.
This mold is made of a composite material. It was salvaged from a foundry that made parts for American industrial giants like Goodyear Tire, General Motors and The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.
A great conversation piece!
History: Salvaged from a closed foundry in Parkersburg, West Virginia.
Size: 36"H x 24"W x 5.5"D
Weight: 65 lbs