Stainless Steel Candle Cup Mold Set

$62.95 USD
Item# 4299
Availability: Expected to be available February 11, 2022. Subject to change. Pre-order now!

Product Features

  • 4 graduated size candle cup molds for creating unique home decor
  • Made from stainless steel, what the experts recommend
  • Cups range from 1" to 4-1/2" high. See below for complete details

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Product Description

Create quick and easy gifts or home decor with this set of 4 graduated size candle cup molds. The durable stainless steel molds will hold up so you can make multiple sets for any season or gift giving occasion.

Four candle cup sizes to create anything from small tea light candle shelters to larger projects. See size perspective of mold with quarter images shown. Stainless steel cups sizes: 1" high x 1 3/4" diameter, 2" high x 1 1/2" diameter,  3" high x 2" diameter, 4 1/2" high x 2 1/8" diameter.

Experts Recommend Stainless Steel:
"In many ways, stainless steel is the perfect mold material. It is lightweight, difficult to deform, and able to last for a thousand firings or more." - Brad Walker, Contemporary Warm Glass

The lovely iridescent draped candle shelters shown here were created by artist Julie Nelson. Coral candle holder created by artist  Mikki Baringer, from Delphi's Artist Gallery.

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5 out of 5 stars
  •   Great candle cups
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Pros : This is a really nice variety of candle holder molds and a great value. I have had no problems with glass sticking and my projects turn out great every time. I did the same as the other reviewer, first firing with thinfire then coat with shelf wash. I have fired each several times and have not need to reapply the shelf wash.
Cons : None that I have found.
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5 out of 5 stars
  •   Great set!
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Pros : I find these easy to work with by covering them with primo primer. I fired them the first time using shelf paper while doing my initial experimenting so that when I put the primo primer on them it would stick better because normally they have to be fired first before covering with primer. And, I love the different sizes.
Cons : Haven't had any problems thus far. Would love to be able to buy them separately.
Other Thoughts : What am I still doing here? I need to get back to the kiln! :)
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  •   Excellent molds
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Pros : These molds are wonderful. I have used them a lot and I love the sizes and outcome of my pieces using them.
Cons : The votive is very small and has a rim so I had an oops and mistakenly draped a piece of glass over it that was too big. Needless to say that piece of glass is in pieces on my workbench. But that is really my fault, I should have measured more accurately. Just be aware that the smallest one has a rolled edge so requires greater attention to detail.
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