Molds

Good for samples, prototypes and small production runs. The Swedish alder is traditionally used in glassmaking due to its durability.

The tree itself grows on waterfronts, which may explain the woods good capacity to absorb and hold water. It is also lighter than many other kinds of wood, which makes it excellent for wooden blocks.


All of these two-piece-sculptures were blown in molds made of wood - a perfect choice for samples and small production runs, but also for large pieces, where you need the glass to stay really hot for as long as possible.



The Swedish alder wood is used for both blow molds and blocks, because of its durability and good capacity to hold water. It is also lighter than many other kinds of wood, which makes it excellent for blocks.

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