3-1/2" Round Box With Lid Casting Mold

$67.95 USD
Item# 77866
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Product Features

  • Create custom gift boxes!
  • Creates a 3-1/2" diameter box
  • Durable ceramic molds; you can reuse for multiple projects
  • FREE project guides when you search for CDVboxes on our website

Product Description

Make Beautiful, Functional Glass Boxes
Merge the age-old art of pate de verre glass casting with modern technology and contemporary design!

This product is really two molds: a mold that makes the base and a mold that makes the lid. Fill each mold with glass frit, powder, or small pieces of sheet glass. Then, if you choose, tack fire other castings to the lid and base.

Durable, reusable mold. Includes firing directions. The larger mold is approximately 5.5" x 5.5" x 2.25" and holds 295 grams. The smaller mold holds 115 grams. See size perspective of mold with quarter images shown.

For helpful hints to make creating with your Colour de Verre mold even more enjoyable and easy, click on "View User Manual" to download a free project ideas and techniques sheet.

Also learn how to make a Cast Millefiori Box, find this in our Free Patters & Guides listed under Glass Casting.

Images courtesy of Colour de Verre. Designs by Craig Smith. Glass courtesy of Uroboros. Peace Sign Box made by Artist: Jeanette Woodard.

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  •   bowl with lid
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Cons : disappointing, I can't seem to make one that works right.
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  •   Very nice
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Pros : Great little box
Cons : none
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  •   Not smooth
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Pros : This was easy to do following the direction
Cons : since the sides of the box touch the mold, they don't come out smooth. Would require some cold working to finish.
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