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Reproducing antique house details

Posted by Ben Ridge on June 26th, 1997 04:57 PM

If you're restoring a victorian home or any antique and some of its unique details are missing, such as intricate metal door handles, porch column bases and capitals, ceiling light rosettes, light switch covers, metal furniture fixtures, here's the solutu ion to your problem.

Make a silicone mold off of an existing unit and then reproduce as many new ones as you want by casting them in the silicone mold. Reproductions can be made in any metal, plaster of Paris, cement, plastic, etc.

"Reproduce Almost Anything", a simple step-by-step 40 minute videotape and 44 page workbook/source list shows you how. So easy anybody can do it. For more information visit our website at or e-mail us care of

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