7" x 2-1/2" Small Organic Slump Mold

$48.95 USD
Item# 80947
Availability: Expected to be available June 07, 2022. Subject to change. Pre-order now!

Product Features

  • The perfect shape for floral bowls
  • Mold measures 7" in diameter by 2-1/2" high
  • Durable ceramic mold can be fired again and again

Product Description

Slump and fuse glass at the same time with this mold to make truly unique organic glass projects. It also can make more geometric, traditional looking slump projects. Durable ceramic molds can be used many times. Kiln wash before use. Mold measures 7" in diameter by 2-1/2" high.

Project images courtesy of Creative Paradise.

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  •   Great size and shape
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Pros : Organic shape
Cons : None
Other Thoughts : This mold produces a beautifully organic, small, ruffled bowl that's perfect for holding candies, nuts, ice cream or whatever you or your customers fancy. It's a beautiful and versatile shape.
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