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Running Horses Tile Mold

$35.95 USD
Item# 92374
Currently Out of Stock

Product Features

  • Create custom spectacular tiles and plaques
  • Made from durable ceramic, can be fired again and again

Product Description

Running thoroughbred horses tile mold is designed to make spectacular tiles and plaques. Simply fill the mold with fusible glass, frit, enamels and metal inclusions to make your own unique designs. You can also use it like a texture mold by firing sheet glass on it to imprint texture. Then, once fired you can slump it, texture side up, to create bowls and plates with amazing detail. Must kiln wash before use.  See size perspective of mold with quarter images shown. Measures 5-1/4" x 10-3/4" x 1-3/4".

Project image courtesy of IMD Ceramics.

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  •   Beautiful mold
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Pros : Makes gorgeous tiles with iridized glass
Cons : limited to 4 x 9 size only
Other Thoughts : still works well.
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