Fluted Bottle Slumper

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Item# 80852
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Product Features

  • A stylish way to upcycle!
  • Ceramic molds can be used many times
  • Measures approximately 13-1/2" long x 5" deep
  • Creates a unique gentle ruffled texture


Product Description

Reusable mold features a gentle ruffled texture, creating a delicate waved edge. Mold is predrilled and can be fired many times. Create recycled art and slump a bottle, or use fusible glass to create this bottle shape. Mold must be kiln washed before use. Mold measures approximately 13-1/2" x 5". 

Find firing tips, schedules and bottle slumping FAQ's .PDF's under additional images. These will help answer your basic bottle slumping questions as well as give you tips for firing schedules.

Project image of 750 ml wine bottle courtesy of Creative Paradise.

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