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Simple Round Beads Mold by Colour de Verre

$37.95 USD
Item# 77878
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Product Features

  • Fuse 6 beads at once - three 1-1/8", two 1-3/8", and one 1-1/2" diameter
  • Made from high quality ceramic for many firings

Product Description

Form unique glass jewelry links to wear as a focal point, or join them with jump rings, links or wire wrapping to create fantastic wearable art.

Coat molds with ZYP or mold primer before use. Mold creates 6 rings in 3 sizes: three 1-1/8", two 1-3/8", and one 1-1/2" diameter. 7" x 5-1/4" overall. Durable ceramic mold can be use many time.

Click on "View User Manual" to download a free, helpful technique sheet.

First project image shown created by artist Dyana Dulin. Additional images courtesy of Colour de Verre.

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  •   Simple Round beads mold
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Pros : Easy to work with. Fun to tack fuse many different sizes together to make interesting home decor pieces .
Cons : The protrusions for holes easily break off, must be sprayed carefully with mold release before using.
Other Thoughts : Recommend wrapping protrusions with kiln paper, to make it easier remove fired pieces.
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  •   Cool!
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Pros : This was the first mold I've tried...I sprayed with MR97 and my beads were beautiful.
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Other Thoughts : Might be a little big. Will see how my necklace turns out.
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  •   So much to do with these glass rings!
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Pros : Easy to use, durable, versatile.
Cons : None that I've found.
Other Thoughts : Love this mold so much, I bought some of the other shapes. Be sure to read the thinfire weight fill information, too, so you can maximize this mold's range of thicknesses. I use MR-47 with this (and the other similar molds) and have had no issues with spurs or sticking.
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