Support Ribbon Fusing Mold

$21.95 USD
Item# 94711
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Product Features

  • Make one-of-a-kind cast glass cabochons
  • Ceramic molds can be used many times
  • Fits in most small kilns


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Fill mold with glass frit and scrap glass to create one-of-a-kind cast glass jewelry. Ideal shape for a stand alone piece or use as accents in larger fused pieces. Try combining opal and transparent glass to give dimension or add sparkle with dichroic. Kiln wash before use.

Coat molds with ZYP or casting mold primer before use. Mold measures 4" x 4-1/2" x 1" high. Mold inside dimensions are 3-1/2" x 2". See size perspective of mold with quarter and dime images shown.

Images courtesy of IMD Ceramics.

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