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I like the stand that the prop is on !
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I added hot glue to the tips of the rods, because when it dries, it's like a hard rubber, and won't come off unless you really pry it off. Under the functions it's under, the glue should not come off. Neither should the magnet!As far as I understand, the glue is purely to prevent scratching. Or do you mean the magnet? Looks large enought to me to have plenty of surface to be glued on. If it's hot glue, I guess it will never come loose...
To cast in brass is a different process (Lost Wax Casting with a forge) and very expensive. Plus, cleaning and polishing is also more labor intensive.Question, why was the Cronos and the Clock of ages, chosen in cast pewter instead of brass, except for the brass rods ,wearing will occur on the gold plating over time, but brass and gold are a close match even when the plating starts to wear, the pewter will show if the prop is handled to often, I assume pewter is more cost effective.