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11" Wave Form Slumping Mold by Fuse Master

$79.95 USD
Item# 40992
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Product Features

  • Unique mold design for one-of-a-kind fused glass art
  • Wave Bowl Slumper makes it easy to get a perfectly "imperfect" bowl
  • Ceramic molds can be used many times
  • Mold measures 11" - Fits most medium sized kilns

Product Description

Catch the Wave! Textured Glass Slumping Mold
The wavy texture of this bowl slumping mold will add dimension to your next fusing project. This high quality ceramic mold can be fired multiple times. Mold measures 11" in diameter and fits in most medium sized kilns like the Skutt Firebox 14 (item#71314). Kiln wash mold before use.

First image below shows a glass bowl made using this mold. Images provided by Fuse Master.

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Pros : Easy to use. No special cutting required.
Cons : makes an OK bowl-nothing special because the swirls aren't very deep.
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  •   Unique Contours
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Pros : This mold has abstract contours that gives your piece a more organic look. I love the results.
Cons : None.
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  •   Makes unique bowl
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Pros : Used this to make a center bowl for the kitchen table. Was easy to use and creates a unique artsy bowl shape
Cons : My bowl was a bit thick (3 layers) and didn't slump down and get a flat bottom. So it kind of rocks. But easily fixed with a sander
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