Oval Trio Earring & Pendant Jewelry Mold

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Item# 80750
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Product Features

  • Fits in small kilns
  • Ceramic molds can be used many times
  • Creates unique glass jewelry sets in 1 firing
  • Finished pendant measures 1" wide x 2" long
  • Finished earrings measure 3/4" wide x 1-1/8" long


Product Description

Create Cast Glass Pendants and Earrings
Fill pendant molds with glass frit, scrap and powders to create one-of-a-kind cast glass jewelry sets. Try combining powders to create a marbled look or accent with dichroic. The possibilities are endless!

Coat molds with ZYP or casting mold primer before use. See size perspective of mold with quarter and dime images shown. Mold measures 3" wide x 3-1/2" long. Finished pendant measures 1" at the widest point x 2" long. Finished earrings measure 3/4" at the widest point x 1-1/8" long. Durable ceramic molds can be used many times. 

Mold uses 10 grams of frit or scrap glass in large oval and 4 grams in each small oval. 

Images courtesy of Creative Paradise Inc.

Delphi Tip: The amount of frit added into the mold defines the shape of the finished piece. For detailed designs, use a generous amount of frit.

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2 out of 5 stars
  •   Not so good
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Pros : It has holes
Cons : This mold is okay, but the finished shape comes out a lot smaller than the mold, more so than other molds.
Other Thoughts : I would not buy again.
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4 out of 5 stars
  •   Nice mold...if you are careful
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Pros : If you use MR97 and the proper fill (don't overfill) this mold yields lovely pendants and earrings.
Cons : Does not work well with kiln wash. Use MR 97, but I find this to be true for all the molds with posts.
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1 out of 5 stars
  •   Mold poorly designed
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Pros : Nice shape, but!
Cons : Creative Paradise missed the design. The internal protusions are too steep. They have forgotten that the coefficient of contraction of glass is larger than ceramic. Thus, when the glass cools after fusing, the glass shrinks faster than the ceramic clamping itself on the internal posts. At the same time the glass on the perimeter shrinks away from the outside of the mold. Now the glass is clamped onto the vertical posts. Let's just say the posts were straight up and down then there is no way of getting the glass off short of breaking the posts off as others have reported. Now these posts are very close to vertical by bad design. If the posts had a more conical shape with a large flare out, then there would be forces that would help pop the glass out. Check some other molds and you will find highly sloped internal posts which will have a lower chance of sticking. Your other choice is reducing friction as has been suggested by using MR-97. I have not tried, so i can't comment.
Other Thoughts : I would not buy this mold unless it is redesigned. I have had all the problems listed by others. You may get 2-3 firing before the posts fail. You must rekiln wash after each use. Take no chences by reusing old kiln washed mold. The high shrinkage of glass on to the post will crack and fail the kiln wash even if it looks good.
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