4" Square Tile Casting Mold

$30.95 USD
Item# 80649
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Product Features

  • Design your own glass tile and table coasters
  • Made from durable ceramic, can be fired again and again
  • 5-1/2" square, fits in most small kilns


Product Description

An Excellent Beginner Project
Create elegant custom glass tiles, coasters and fused pieces to incorporate into larger glass art projects. Simply fill the mold with fusible glass, frit, enamels and metal inclusions to make your own unique designs. Make complementing tiles or a matched set to complete a mosaic back splash, table top or more. This sturdy ceramic mold is designed to last through many firings, and fits easily into a table top kiln. Overall dimensions are 5-1/2" x 5-1/2" x 1-1/2". Creates tiles that are 4" x 4" x 1/2". See size perspective of mold with quarter images shown.

Project shown below created by Stephanie O'Toole.

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Pros : nice size
Cons : When I used these (4 molds that I bought) they did not work. My pieces grew giant bubbles that ruined everything. The pieces did not come out squared or flat either.
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  •   Crazy Awesome Customer Service
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Pros : Wow! I have never had a company go above and beyond like Delphi.
Cons : Not finding Delphi sooner.
Other Thoughts : Absolutely one in a million to be treated so exceptionally. Delphi is a first class company for sure and will receive all of my business as of now.
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  •   Mine did not work.
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Pros : Good size.
Cons : I must have got a faulty mold because my glass fused to the mold even with release painted on it. I fired it up to 1500 as usual and it fused the glass to the mold. I had to throw it in the trash.
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