Stampo libero

Letterally Free mould.
In this mold the glass is guided along predetermined directions, but left free to act independently.

This is a series of blades that mark the limit of expansion of the glass during blowing alternating with empty spaces in which the glass is free to move.
In this way, always new and always different pieces are obtained, even in a non-random programmed design structure.


See also:
Stampo a giro
Stampo a fermo
Stampo con crecola


Credits to: Parole di vetro - Marsilio editore ISBN 88-317-7198-1
Pictures by: Bruno Carnevali
Designs by: Alessandro Lenarda

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