Mini S-Curve Mold

$25.95 USD
Item# 80628
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Product Features

  • S-curve mold fits even small kilns
  • Measures 5-1/4" x 3-1/4" x 5/8" deep
  • Durable ceramic mold can withstand many firings


Product Description

Perfect for use in a small kiln such as the Studio 8 or FireBox, the Mini S-Curve mold opens up a new world of design opportunities. At 5-1/4" x 3-1/4" x 5/8" deep, it fits easily in the interior of small kilns. Use to easily create a standing glass sculpture or flag. Made of reusable ceramic and designed to withstand many firings.

Curve molds come in a variety of sizes. See all three side by side for comparison. Project shown created by Delphi artist Keturah Esch. Made by slumping Bullseye Fracture Streamer #B4242F on mini mold. Outdoor scene created by artist Kathy Murdock. From Delphi's Online Artist Gallery.

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Pros : I use it to fire stringers and noodles into waves using them for flower stems or just finishing color on other designs I've also used it as a picture frame by firng the middle with 1/4" fiber paper firintg flat, then molding it. Spray the 1/4" fiber paper with Zyp, leave it in the glass until after it's slumped. Pull the fiber paper out with bamboo sticks.
Cons : Wish it were a little wider, i.e., 5 x 5.
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Pros : just made my 1st piece on it.. and it does stand up. only did 1/2 of the curve and it works well. want to make the full length now!!..also wanting to buy the bigger S-curves for the price it is a great mini-mold ive only used it 1 time and i love it..im "new" to glass and loving it.
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Pros : It could be used for something, i just haven't quite decided what yet.
Cons : I bought it thinking I could use it for night light covers and when I got it out of the box I was really shocked at how small it was. Its very, very small. I don't think it will work for me.
Other Thoughts : image is deceptive of true size.
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