9-1/4" Curved Spoon Rest

$19.95 USD
Item# 62804
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Product Features

  • What kitchen is complete without art glass accents - finished spoon rest also makes a great gift!
  • Made from high quality ceramic for countless firings
  • Mold measures 9-1/4" x 3"


Product Description

Add Glass to Your Kitchen Decor
Use this practical mold to create a glass spoon rest that will not only keep your counter top clean, but makes a beautiful display when not in use. This reusable ceramic pre-drilled mold can be fired many times, making it an excellent value. Kiln wash before use. See size perspective of mold with quarter image shown. Mold measures 9-1/4" x 3".

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Pros : If you can get the glass to correctly acquire the mold shape, this makes a beautiful piece.
Cons : The mold looks great, but getting the glass to correctly acquire the mold is very difficult. When drawing your pattern, make the bowl of the spoon rest slightly larger & more rounded that the shape implies. You will need the edges of the glass to overhang the spoon bowl by nearly 1/4". Be careful of overfiring.
Other Thoughts : If you've done other shallow slumping, start with one of those programs and modify as needed to make a firing schedule for this mold. Remember that every piece of glass has a different specific gravity. You will have some successes and some "art". I've made more than a dozen of these and every one has turned out differntly - only 3 of the 24+ have actually correctly acquired the mold shape.
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