This pattern consists of 2 detachable parts: this piece has 3 shallow, compartment-like, sections. The piece that divides the compartments can be removed. The red and black paint is part of a color-coding system used by foundries to indicate where a core, which will form a cavity in the finished casting, should be placed in the sand mold. A mirrored version (the other half of the cope and drag) is available (see item ENAUT1). Use this pattern as a unique, industrial art piece, a groovy shelf, or a table or desk base.
Salvage History: In 2017, this foundry pattern was salvaged from a nautical warehouse in New Jersey. The pick was featured in Season 9, Episode 8 of the DIY Network show, "Salvage Dawgs".
Weight: 111 lbs.
Item Measurements: 50.5(L) x 20(W) x 32.5(H)
Condition: Very good condition. Solid body with surface scuffs, paint loss, fading and patina as expected with age and use.