15" x 21" Rectangle Kiln Shelf

$84.95 USD
Item# 74370
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  • A fusing essential!
  • Protects the floor of your kiln
  • Shelfs are meant to used with a pair of Kiln Shelfs #74210 at either end
  • Fits Skutt GM1414, GTS 2541-9 and GTS 2541-13 and Jen-Ken Oval 9 and 13 Kilns in conjunction with Half Round Kiln Shelf #74210


Product Description

Protect the floor of your larger kiln. Kiln shelves are a must. Use this shelf in combination with two #74210 for Evenheat's production kilns GTS 2541-9 #2541RM and GTS 2541-13 #254113R. Please note that kiln shelf may vary in size and shape from listing due to manufacturing process.

Additional images show the types of projects you create on large kiln shelf's as well as how you can fire multiple pieces at once. Geometric platter created by Melanie Churchill. Drop rings and blue platter created by artist Kayleigh Clark.

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Pros : It's thick, heavy and sturdy.
Cons : None discovered so far!
Other Thoughts : Are they measured like lumber? The one I received is 20.75 inches long.
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