A Hexagonal Pewter Stool Casted in Sand on a Beach
Stuff like sandcastles and sand-sculptures are have always been built on the beach by beachgoers but here’s something that one would never expect, a hand-designed stool casted from molten pewter right on a beach.
By making use of an old method of sand casting, the negative of the hexagonal stool was dug out of beach sand delicately. Once the design has been crafted, a molten mix of pewter containing tin, antimony and copper was then poured into the sand mold for the stool to take shape.
Watch the video of the hexagonal pewter stool being casted in beach sand below:
The best moment has to be at the end when Max Lamb, the maker starts digging in the sand and out comes a perfectly casted pewter stool just like magic.
Definitely one awesome piece of handcrafted work.