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12" x 12" X 2-1/4" Square Slumper Mold by Bullseye Glass Co.

$64.95 USD
Item# 128637
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Product Features

  • Made from high quality ceramic for countless firings!
  • Ceramic molds are slipcast from a specially formulated clay body to accept kiln wash uniformly
  • Measures 12" x 12" x 2-1/4" deep


Product Description

Professional Quality Molds
Create beautiful serving plates and glass art for your home. Premium Bullseye molds stand up to repeated use with little maintenance. Ceramic molds from Bullseye are slipcast from a specially formulated clay body, feature exceptionally smooth surfaces, accept kiln wash uniformly, and will not crack under repeated usage when handled properly. Individual molds may have slight variations in dimensions shown. See size perspective of mold with quarter image shown. 12" x 12" x 2-1/4" deep.

Apply kiln wash before use. For best results, elevate mold on kiln posts to allow even heat distribution and air to escape from the pre-drilled mold.

Additional project images courtesy of Bullseye Glass Co.

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  •   smooth results
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Pros : final result has smooth finish. Well balanced
Cons : none
Other Thoughts : I coated it with primer and cured it in the kiln according to the suggestions that came with the mold before I fired glass on it. The result was great! A smooth bottom without a trace of kiln wash
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  •   great mold
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Pros : this mold is fantastic, perfect size for serving or an oversized place setting
Cons : none, wish i had a bigger kiln!
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  •   Good Plate
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Pros : Good basic plate mold seems to be well made and sturdy
Cons : Expensive compared to 10" slump mold in similar shape
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