3-1/8" Jumping Bean Dish

$29.95 USD
Item# 81022
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Product Features

  • Mold measures easures 3-1/8" square x 1-1/16" deep
  • Great size to keep spare change, keys, candies etc.
  • Durable ceramic mold can be fired again and again
  • Fits in any small kiln


Product Description

High quality ceramic mold offers a fun shape that will accentuate any design, is easy to use and durable for countless firings. It's never been so easy to create custom home decor. Best of all, the Jumping Bean is small enough to fit most kilns, even small tabletop kilns.

Pre-drilled; always remember to elevate molds for proper air circulation. Durable ceramic mold can be fired countless times. Apply kiln wash before use. See size perspective of mold with quarter image shown. Measures 3-1/8" square x 1-1/16" deep, dimensions may vary slightly. 

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Pros : It is tiny for sure but just the right size for the tea drinker who does not no what to do with the bag.
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  •   Jumping Bean Dish 3 1/8
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Pros : I have used it once. It is nice for using small scrap. Just some little decoration such as stripe makes it a nice dish. Can make very ornamental with right combos of glass. Good practice for elements of art on small scale.
Cons : None - sure it is small, but you know that before using.
Other Thoughts : None. I plan to use it more.
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