Delphi Studio Base Mold

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Product Features

  • Create a custom cast glass village with Exclusive Delphi Studio molds
  • Quality ceramic mold will withstand many firings
  • Cast design measures approximately 2-1/8" x 5-3/8"
  • Weighted base design can be used with all Village buildings

Product Description

Build Your Own Glass Village
Cast a village in glass with Exclusive Delphi Studio™ Village Molds. Each high quality ceramic mold features incredible detail from brickwork to window panes. Many of the designs are modeled after the charming, historic town of Harbor Springs, Michigan. Created to a consistent scale, each design adds to your keepsake collection. Decorate for the holidays with a beautiful handmade display on your table, window sill or fireplace mantel.

The base mold creates a 2-1/8" x 5-3/8" casting. This weighted base can be used with any of the Village building molds to create free-standing projects.

Coat mold with casting primer before use. Village molds are made from top quality ceramic to withstand many firings, and feature holes to make embedding wire for assembly easy. Pair buildings with the base mold (each piece sold seperately).

Delphi Tips:

  • Place small, tightly rolled strips of fiber paper into the pre-drilled holes before filling your mold with frit. Wire posts can be glued in to finished castings to align and help join cast village elements to bases after firing.
  • When building up this casting remember to work in reverse. The lowest points of the molds with be the hightest points of the finished casting.
  • Use rubber feet (#69501 sold separatly) to help level your project and protect the surface it will be displayed on.


Supplies are limited. Order early for best selection. All sales of clearance items are final.

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Pros : Great little bases, works well for small house, store, church and fire station
Cons : A bit small for the Victorian house and the holes don't match that one
Other Thoughts : Easy to drill new holes to match as needed and does a great job supporting the village molds.
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