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You asked for it! You got it! Delphi's fusing experts have listened to your requests and created a line of premium ceramic molds in exciting shapes. Durable, reusable molds can be fired many times, making them an excellent value.
This versatile shaped mold by Delphi artist Keturah Esch has many uses, from vases to desk top containers to jewelry holders. Use shelf paper, such as 1/32" fiber paper #92809, as a separator to allow glass to release from the mold. Measures 3" x 3" x 5" high. A Delphi Exclusive.
Cons : There were no instruction with the mold.
I have tried to use this mold 3 times. I have wrapped regular fusing shelf paper sheets on the mold before slumping. Most of the sheets disintegrate during firing. The first time I slumped a piece I had to cut the glass to get it off the mold and the glass exploded into shreds. The second piece I cut the side pieces smaller but I still had to cut the piece off. The third time I wrapped two sheets of shelf paper on the mold and made the side pieces even smaller and it worked but I still had to use a razor blade to get the shelf paper from between the glass and the mold.
Let your creativity soar with glass art desk accessories. Glass paper weights have been a celebrated artistic tradition since the early 19th century. Add your name to the lists of accomplished glass artists who work in this tradition with our dome mold. This classically shaped mold works well with both traditional designs and contemporary styling. Overall dimensions are 3 diameter x 1-1/2 deep. A Delphi exclusive. Dome created by Delphi Artist Amy Benson. Below, Delphi artist Chris shows off the vibrant paper weight he cast and fire polished. For additional paper weight projects try the Pyramid Mold #24661.
After the fun and success of last year’s Messiest Art Glass Studio Contest, Delphi is looking to reward the glass artist with the Most Organized Art Glass Studio. It just might be you. Is your studio full of custom made shelving and labeled containers, with a place for everything and everything in its place? Have you devised an ingenious method for organizing art glass supplies? Then Delphi wants you to share photos of your art glass studio. The entry with the most votes will win a $200 Delphi Glass gift card. Contest Details-"Like Us" on Facebook to get access to this contest. Then submit photo(s) of your organized art glass studio and provide a 30-100 word description of your favorite organizational methods and products. Submission Dates- July 6-18, 2012 Public Voting Period- July 19-28, 2012 Winner Announced- July 30, 2012 Prize Details- $200 Delphi Glass gift card. Gift cards are
Fusing glass in a kiln is a fascinating technique that enables artists to create unique and gorgeous projects. The following fusing rules and firing instructions should provide you with enough information to make a variety of projects, creating an appreciation for the complexities and potential of fused glass, and paving the way for more intricate designs and ideas. Download
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href=http //www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep2.html Adobe web site. -- Tested Compatible When glass is heated inside a kiln it expands, and when it cools it contracts. When fusing two or more pieces of glass together, they need to expand and contract at the same rate. Otherwise, when the glass cools, one glass will pull on the other