7-1/2" x 2-1/2" X 2-1/4" Burst Drape Mold

$25.95 USD
Item# 24619
Availability: Expected to be available March 12, 2024. Subject to change. Pre-order now!

Product Features

  • Premium ceramic mold good for multiple firings
  • Measures 7-1/2" wide, tapers to 2-1/2" wide, 2-1/4" high

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Product Description

Delphi's fusing artists have listened to your requests and have created a line of premium ceramic molds in exciting shapes, including the Burst Drape Mold. Reusable mold can be fired many times, making it an excellent value. Kiln wash before use. Measures 7-1/2" wide, tapers to 2-1/2" wide, 2-1/4" high. See size perspective of mold with quarter image shown. A Delphi Exclusive!

Project image courtesy of Creative Paradise. Beach scene by artist Teresa Batten.

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  •   First Drape Mold
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Pros : This is the first drape mold I bought and I love it. I recycle bottle glass and it makes a perfect small bowl for candles, soap dish, jewelry dish, etc. I wish I had another one!!
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  •   Versatile Mold
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Pros : Really makes those folds with a solid base. I found that even small feet under it allowed enough airflow as it's hollow. Tends to leave some shine on the inside.
Cons : difficult to melt all the way to the bottom- your pieces will not be as large as the mold without stilts under it.
Other Thoughts : Use lots of kiln wash. Varying the temp of your slump radically changes how it drapes. I find that a total plus!
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