Glove Mould

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Glove Mould
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An original mould used by the Marigold factory to make rubber washing-up gloves. The mould is dipped in the rubber latex solution and undergoes a series of heat treatments and washing processes, which are usually automated within the factory. The hashed and indented lines on the mould create the grip on the final glove. The result is a rubber glove, ready to be used as soon as it is peeled from the mould. The size is indicated on the side, and in this case is a woman’s 7 ½.

Sample ID: 164

Particularities

State
Object
Compound
Found
Found in an antique shop.
Maker
Marigold Ltd
Selections
Categories
Ceramic
Curiosities
Relationships
White | Latex | Rubber | Glass | Ceramic | Glove | Mould | Hand

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