4-1/2" x 4-1/2" X 13/16" Square Slumper Mold

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$23.95 USD
Item# 128636
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Product Features

  • Made from quailty ceramics to last multiple firings
  • Ceramic molds are slipcast from a specially formulated clay body to accept kiln wash uniformly
  • Mold measures 4-1/2" x 4-1/2" 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. Mold measures 4-1/2" x 4-1/2" x 13/16" deep.

Always elevate molds with kiln posts for good circulation.

Artist Julie Nelson created a set using molds #4236, #4249 and #128636. Additional images courtesy of Bullseye Glass Co.

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  •   Great little slumper for candle plates
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Pros : I have made several little dishes with this mold. It is a very good quality and stands up to many firings.
Cons : None that stand out, but my molds and shelves perform much better after I switched to the bullseye primer.
Other Thoughts : Remember to care for your molds by making sure you store them properly after each use. I have shelving spaced close together so that the molds lay flat without too many stacked on one another and are not stored on edge.
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