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We’ve all seen them, the boring picked-from-a-catalog acrylic awards. These awards are in a standard font, with a standard number of words, and, if you’re lucky, a logo, often at an additional price. You pick from a catalog of shapes and colors, and at the end of the day your award looks a whole lot like every other acrylic award that’s out there.
Q: I bought this lamp at a yard sale and was told it was an antique? I can tell it is somewhat old, but can’t tell if it is antique or vintage. I don't if the cherub is copper or bronze? I hope you can tell from just a photo. It is very solid and heavy with seams.
Q: What would be a safe paint stripping product/method that will not harm the bronze? What methods are best to polish the stripped surface? Although polish is not the intent as the casting should be a natural "sandy" texture I believe they would want to achieve. I would be looking for ideas to maintain this texture without having to sandblast, yet get the surface completely clean. Should a clear coat be applied to reduce maintenance needs? What product is best for clear coat protection?
Q & A: What kind of wax can be used for lost wax casting?