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4-3/4" x 4-1/8" Rimmed Rectangle Dish With Handle by Delphi Studio

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Item# 24924
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  • Unique mold creates a cast rim and a draped dish in a single firing
  • Durable ceramic molds can be used many times
  • Mold measures 4-3/4" x 4-1/8" x 1-9/16 high
  • Small enough to fit in a table top kiln
  • Embellish your bowls with Delphi Studio Impression Molds sold seperately
  • A Delphi Exclusive!


Product Description

exclusive Make an impression with your art!
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 dish will be a stunning, thick dish that you can use to hold jewelry, keys or as a serving dish for condiements or dip. Finished project measures 4-3/4" x 4-1/8" and is approximately 1/1/4" high.

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!

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.

Download the instructions and the free glass template.

Project by Igor Mintch courtesy of IMD Ceramics.

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Pros : Cool new technique. Easy for the beginner. Awesome fish design!
Cons : Don't particularly care for the tab. Limited to only one tile for this size (fish). Need many more to choose from. The tiles on the other sizes are pretty lame. They need to come up with something botanical (daisy, leaves, vines), some geometric shapes, swirls, a cat, a couple of birds on a wire, etc. Hope they're working on that. And Delphi - Why didn't you give us at least a hint of a firing schedule for this Exclusive new product?? Sure would have made things easier.
Other Thoughts : After hit and miss I offer the following: Cut two layers of glass (one can be thin glass) 1/8" larger than the "Free Template" shows. Do NOT clip the corners. If using frit in the channel you must use an adequate amount. My fusing schedule for Sys96 (for my kiln): 350 - 1000 - 10 300 - 1450 - 13 AFAP - 950 - 60 250 - 250 - off This works in my little Paragon Caldera but each kiln is different so adjust the above for your own kiln.
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