8" x 10" Rectangular Patty Gray Dam Mold

$62.95 USD
Item# 80772
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Product Features

  • Designed by world renowned artist Patty Gray!
  • Made from high quality ceramic for many firings
  • Finished pieces require little to no coldworking
  • Finished casting measures 8" x 10"


Product Description

Internationally renowned glass artist Patty Gray has partnered with Creative Paradise to bring you this Dam Mold to expand your creative boundaries.

Create incredible glass slabs and custom tiles that are thick, consistent, and have perfectly rounded corners; no need for coldworking. In addition, this portable mold means no more bending over your kiln assembling a dam on your kiln floor and positioning glass – you can do it all comfortably at your workbench and load it into your kiln with ease. Use the finished slabs as designer tiles, for roll-ups, drop rings, thick bowls or to cut fantastic pattern bars.

Mold measures 8-5/8" x 10-3/4". Finished piece measures 8" x 10". See size perspective of mold with quarter images shown. Mold must be elevated on kiln posts during firing; kiln posts sold separately. High quality ceramic mold can be fired many times. Coat with a casting primer before use.

Want to take your project to the next level? Slump it on the Sushi Slump Mold specifically designed for this Patty Gray mold.

Follow the links below to download this Free Project Guide and User Manual

Free Project Guide
User Manual

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Rainbow platter shown by artist Dyana Dulin. Project in stand #12608 by artist Lexan Cranfill. Last 3 images taken during a Patty Gray class at Delphi.

 

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Pros : This is a fabulous mold. Its really true...your piece will not need any cold working! The sky is the limit with this mold!
Cons : None!
Other Thoughts : I used these molds when I took a class from Patty and every piece came out of the kiln with smooth edges! Wonderful!!
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