Lost Wax Metal Casting Technique

Dancing girl. Mohanjodaro, Indus valley civilization

Lost wax casting is a process that has been used for thousands of years to create intricate metal objects. This technique involves creating a wax model of the desired object, encasing it in a mould, and then melting out the wax and replacing it with molten metal. The result is a precise, detailed replica of the original wax model. Archeological evidences has been found that many ancient civilizations as early as 4500 BC has used this technique to make beautiful artifacts.