My first introduction to hand-poured silver was a beautiful silver heart from HiHo Silver. I was hooked from then on.
This was one of his earlier works. He poured this on February of 2016.
It was quite a pour really. Look at the creases and the folds.
5 troy ounces! Quite hefty.
HiHo Silver has hand-pouring to a science and is the master in his art.
I started documenting my hand-poured silver bars late last year about 8 months ago.
In case you interested...
Hand-pour Silver Bar No.76, No.75, No.74, No.73, No.72, No.71 , No.70, No.69, No.68, No.67, No.66, No.65, No.64, No.63, No.62, No.61, Bar No.60, No.59, No.58, No.57, No.56, No.55, No.54, No.53, No.52, No.51, No.50, No.49, No.48, No.47, No.46, No.45, No.44, No.43, No.42, No.41, No.40, No.39, No.38, No.37, No.36, No.35, No.34, No.33, No.32, No.31, No.30, No.29, No.28, No.27, No.26, No.25, No.24, No.23, No.22, No.21, No.20, No.19, No.18, No.17, No.16, No.15, No.14, No.13, No.12, No.11, No.10, No.9, No.8, No.7, No.6, No.5, No.4, No.3, No.2, Hand-poured Silver Bar No.1.
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