7-1/4" x 5-1/8" X 2" One Candle Bridge Mold

$35.95 USD
Item# 128903
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Product Features

  • Made from high quality ceramics for multiple firings
  • Measures 7-1/4" x 5-1/8" x 2"
  • Ceramic molds are slipcast from a specially formulated clay body to accept kiln wash uniformly


Product Description

Professional Quality Molds
Premium Bullseye molds stand up to repeated use with little maintenance. Ceramic molds from Bullseye are slipcast from a specially formulated clay body, feature exceptionally smooth surfaces, accept kiln wash uniformly, and will not crack under repeated usage when handled properly. Individual molds may have slight variations in dimensions shown. See size perspective of mold with quarter image shown. 7-1/4" x 5-1/8" x 2".

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Pros : I have used this several times in a glass class, and now I've just ordered it for myself. Bullseye molds are quite good. People always comment on this mold in my work.
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Other Thoughts : Always elevate and keep the wholes clear.
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Pros : This product is easy to use and makes a beautiful slumped candle holder. It can be used to create a holder using a single piece of glass or multiple layers that have been fused.
Cons : Remember to keep the small holes clear.
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