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Bending bronze art objects





May 13, 2012

Q. Hi, I have brought a pair of bronze crane art objects about 34 inches tall, the neck of the crane is about 2 cm to 3 cm thick in diameter, which is cast from bronze. But I'd like to bend the neck of the bronze crane slightly straight to the way I prefer the neck to be. I'm also afraid I may break it. Can you please give me advice how to do this without breaking the neck of the crane as I love these two piece of art work a lot. If I bring it to the people who do metal work, do you think there is a safer way to get the bronze crane neck bent? Thanks

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Regards,

Kin Ta
- Australia


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