4" x 5" Rectangular Box With Lid Casting Mold

$59.95 USD
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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 5.75" x 6.5" x 2.37" and holds 450 grams. The smaller mold holds 220 grams. See size perspective of mold with quarter images shown.
Search for CDVboxes on DelphiGlass.com for free project guides. Images courtesy of Colour de Verre. Designs by Craig Smith. Glass courtesy of Uroboros.

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4 out of 5 stars
  •   nice box
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Pros : makes nice box with lid
Cons : hard to get smooth bottom
Other Thoughts : have retired and slumped bottom to flat, works, but requires multiple steps
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  •   Love
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Pros : Great box
Cons : make sure you spray good with mold release
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4 out of 5 stars
  •   looks good
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Pros : The instructions were very good. Good results every time.
Cons : I followed the base polishing instructions exactly but the base shape does distort some during the fire polishing. The surface after fire polishing did not have the same shine as the lid does but only slightly better than a matte finish.
Other Thoughts : I am still interested in trying other shapes as well.
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