Foundry Moulds by Cross Creek Architectural Artifacts


In 1858, Beloit Iron Works began creating paper machine components to fill the needs of international printing. The first step of this process was the creation of intricate wooden moulds carved by master craftsmen. Cross Creek Architectural Artifacts has salvaged many of these beautiful, original moulds, which are now available for re-purposing. They can be used as-is for wall hangings, or incorporated into table bases, lighting features, etc. 



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