12" x 6-3/4" Oval Plate With Handles

$51.95 USD
Item# 24926
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Product Features

  • Unique mold creates a cast rim and a draped dish in a single firing
  • Durable ceramic molds can be used many times
  • Mold measurs approximately 12" x 6-3/4"
  • Embellish your bowls with Delphi Studio Impression Molds sold seperately
  • A Delphi Exclusive!


Product Description

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Create unique, sturdy bowls with this innovative mold. The special design allows you to turn scrap glass or frit into a cast glass rim while forming the draped dish from your favorite cut sheet glass in a single firing. Your resulting plate will be a stunning, thick dish that you can use as a serving dish, salad bowl or home décor. Mold measurs approximately 12" x 6-3/4"; finished piece measures 11" x 5-3/4 and is apprximately 7/8" deep.

Get more design options with this mold! Create rims and bases separately and join in a second firing, make rimless dishes by draping only, or add texture with Exclusive Delphi Studio Imprint Molds, sold separately.

Durable, reusable molds can be fired many times. Apply high-temperature kiln wash or casting primer before use.

A Delphi Exclusive!

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Delphi Tip: Molds are pre-drilled with vent holes that will allow glass to form smoothly and uniformly to the mold. To ensure proper venting, clear vent holes after each new primer application with a pin before filling mold.

Project by Igor Mintch courtesy of IMD Ceramics.

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