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3-5/16" x 3-5/16" X 13/16" Square Plate Mold by Bullseye Glass Co.

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$13.95 USD
Item# 128901
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Product Features

  • Fits in any small kiln
  • Bullseye glass mold are designed not to crack!
  • Ceramic molds are slipcast from a specially formulated clay body to accept kiln wash uniformly
  • Measures approximately 3-5/16" x 3-5/16" x 13/16" deep


Product Description

Professional Quality Molds
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. 3-5/16" x 3-5/16" x 13/16" deep.

Always elevate molds with kiln posts for good circulation.

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5 out of 5 stars
  •   small square plate mold
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Pros : This is very cute.Its the perfect size for a ring holder.
Cons : None, I also have other sizes and like them all.
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  •   Great Little Mold!
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Pros : I love this small mold. Besides being a great tea bag,ring,earring,coin, or whatever else you can think of holder, it can also be used to test out patterns to be used on larger plates. Since I can fit at least 3 into my kiln, I can try out some ideas I have for larger plates. If I don't like how they come out, I still have a small etc. holder, and I didn't waste a lot of glass. It's win-win!
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  •   I love it!
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Pros : This little mold is great I have a small kiln but I can still get several in. Plates come out perfect size and I can use scrap and cutoffs. I put a few cones of incense in a bag to go with its perfect.
Cons : None
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