10" Rimmed Dinner Plate

$22.95 USD
Item# 7443
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Product Features

  • Great for creating your own custom plates
  • Works perfectly with 1" pre-cut circles - Mold measures 10" in diameter
  • Ceramic molds can be used many times

Product Description

This durable and economical ceramic plate mold is one of our most popular molds. It can be fired many times, making it an excellent value. Must be kiln washed before use. Fits in kilns 12" or larger. Try fusing with frit (as used in star plate) or Wasser Pre-Cuts (as used in flag plate below) for simple, quick projects that make wonderful gifts and elegant additions to your dinner table. See size perspective of mold with quarter images shown. Mold measures 10" in diameter.

Round rim plates are also offered in 2 other sizes. Small plate mold (#7445) measures 7-3/4" diameter by 3/4" deep. Large plate mold (#7442) measures 11-3/4" diameter by 7/8" deep. Create plates in all sizes to create your own custom dinner set.

Gradient plates by artist Daisy Simon. Delphi Artist Brooke Groff created the American flag plate with Wasser Pre-Cut Fusible Stars and compatible fusible glass.  Art deco plate by artist Kayleigh Clark.

Delphi Tip: Use pre-cut glass circles with plate and bowl molds.

Step-by-Step: Make A Fused Plate in an Afternoon
1. Choose corresponding glass circles to create plate. Use two pre-cut glass circles for best results. 2. Decorate glass circle. Celebration plate created with Liquid Stringer, frit and confetti. 3. Fuse glass circles together. Slump into plate mold.

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Pros : I love this mold. Every plate comes out perfect
Cons : if you drop it on a cement floor, it will shatter
Other Thoughts : Don't drop it on a cement floor
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Pros : I was looking for a plate mold that wasn't too small but not so big that I couldn't fire two at a time in my kiln. This was just the right size.
Cons : Non so far.
Other Thoughts : I had to adjust my slumping schedule to get two layers of glass to slump all the way into the mold.
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