hammer the shape into an iron block while hot; then heat the plate and hammer the metal into shape.
The projections at the corners of base on the candlestick shown in Fig. 103 were bumped into a shape made in an iron block. A hole was first drilled into the block; it was then heated and a punch of the proper shape driven into the hole. The candlestick base was heated and the corner hammered into the hole.
A candlestick and two match-receivers are
Fig. 102. Pattern of Raised Form C in Fig. 101
shown in Fig. 104. The square match-receiver is fastened on the corners with No. 12 round-head rivets. It is riveted to the base. The stock is No. 20 soft steel. The elliptical receiver is made by