Earrings And Pendants Casting Mold

$21.95 USD
Item# 24618
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Product Features

  • Create multiple pieces in just one firing!
  • Creates 4 jewelry sets – Circle, Oval, Rectangle and Teardrop
  • Can be used as accents to larger fused or mosaic projects
  • Ceramic mold can be used many times


Product Description

exclusive Make unique designer style glass jewelry pendants with this exclusive casting mold. Fill cabochon mold with glass frit, scrap and powders to create one-of-a-kind cast glass jewelry. Try combining powders to create a marbled look or accent with dichroic.

Ceramic mold can be used many times. Coat with casting mold primer before use. Mold features matched sets of 4 earring and pendant sets: circles, ovals, teardrops, and rectangles. See size perspective of mold with quarter and dime images shown. Mold measures 5-1/4" x 4-1/8". A Delphi Exclusive!

Project created by artist Kayleigh Clark.

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3 out of 5 stars
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Pros : Love the shapes and the size of the mold. Great alternative to cutting fusing glass for earrings and pendants. As others have said, the glass removes easily fromt he molds with primo kiln wash.
Cons : No instruction on how much glass to put in the mold for desired effects. Would have been nice for some product suggestions for first time users. I need to spend some time on the net to see what others are doing with this mold.
Other Thoughts : Honestly I can get the same shapes with fusing and grinding pieces, not sure that I need the mold. Thought that it might speed up my production of jewelry pieces, but I have really only used it once as I wasn't satisfied with the final product. I will give it another chance.
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  •   casting mold
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Pros : I love this mold . It's in constant use at my studio. My students also enjoy using it. I need to order more.
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Other Thoughts : It makes small cabochons but that's what I wanted. The circle and oval are my favorite.
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Pros : Small and easy to use. I used 4 coats of kiln wash and had no trouble getting pieces out of the mold.
Cons : Too small. Round, oval, and teardrop earrings are too small for a bail. I was wanting larger pieces.
Other Thoughts : Not worth the money. Would spend money on larger specific shaped pieces like tear drops.
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