5-1/4" x 3-3/4" Oval Soap Dish

$19.95 USD
Item# 4280
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Product Features

  • Add a custom touch to your home decor
  • Finished dishes make great gifts!
  • Mold measures 5-1/4" x 3-3/4"
  • Fits in any small kiln


Product Description

Stash the suds in style with custom soap dishes to accent your bath decor. Firelight Form Ceramic Molds are easy to use, and durable for countless firings. This small mold will fit in most table top kilns easily. It's never been so easy to create custom home décor. Make a soap dish for your washroom, one for the kitchen, and don't forget your friends and family! Finished dishes make great gifts. Pre-drilled; always remember to elevate molds for proper air circulation. Apply kiln wash before use. See size perspective of mold with quarter image shown. Mold measures 5-1/4" x 3-3/4".

Fish soap dish created by artist Arlene Boilore.

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Pros : Easy to fire, the results are beautiful.
Cons : The ovals are a bit hard to cut, but once you get that down, it is easy.
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  •   oval soap dish
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Pros : The larger size is perfect for the standard bar of soap, and the deep groves are a definite bonus!
Cons : none
Other Thoughts : I will be buying several to have ready to use.
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  •   oval soap dish
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Pros : Lovely shape,and nice deep groves.
Cons : I am new to cutting glass and the shape is a little hard to cut.
Other Thoughts : I am sure once I get the cutting part down, everyone in my family is going to have a soap dish to match the colors of there bathrooms.
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