Really, that's what they named this high school ash tray project!
From Louis A. Shore. Arts and Crafts for Canadian Schools. J.M. Dent & Sons (Canada) Ltd., 1946.
Below, instructions for making it. Amazing what kids were encouraged to do in art class back then! Not to mention the use of sharp instruments, open flame and powerful acids!
Kids today aren't even allowed to bring toy knives to school to go with their Hallowe'en costumes.
Below, signs the students could make for their classrooms. Quite a few of these courses disappeared decades ago.
The author, Louis Shore, attended the College of Art before becoming a teacher at the Central High School of Commerce in Toronto. He went on to become the director of art with the Toronto Board of Education. I doubt there's a similar position today. Sadly, he died at age 63, six weeks following his retirement. His widow survived him to become a centarian.
The high school was built in 1916, but didn't receive its name until 1925. In 1991, staff and students voted to change the name again, this time to Central Commerce Collegiate. The school is still in operation.