6-1/2" Square Foot Drape Mold

$51.95 USD
Item# 80752
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Product Features

  • Pair with square drop ring mold to simultaneously drop and drape to create a truly elegant and unique vessel
  • Mold measures 6-1/2" across by 3-1/2" tall


Product Description

Use in conjunction with the 6" square plate ring mold (item# 80630). Fit them together, as shown below, allowing you to drop glass through the ring onto another piece of glass that is simultaneously draping on the foot mold to create a truly elegant and unique vessel.

Mold has a unique shape so that the finished piece includes a foot, or slightly raised pedestal, rather than having a simple flat bottom. 6-1/2" across by 3-1/2" tall.

Image courtesy of Creative Paradise.

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