5" Square Slumper Mold

Price $17.95
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Your Price: $11.95 USD   (34% Off)
Item# 24652
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Product Features

  • The simple lines of this square mold are perfect for nearly any design scheme
  • Durable, reusable ceramic mold can be used many times
  • Measures 5" square, fits your small kiln


Product Description

exclusive Get Professional Results with Delphi Studio Molds
Delphi's fusing artists have listened to your requests and created a line of premium ceramic molds in exciting shapes. Durable, reusable molds can be fired many times, making them an excellent value. Apply kiln wash before use.

The simple lines of this square slumper are perfect for nearly any design scheme. Contemporary, whimsical, or elegant, your art will look great when slumped in this beautifully arched dish. Measures 5" square x 1-1/4" deep. See size perspective of mold with quarter image shown. A Delphi Exclusive.

Project Idea: Combine the rectangle stand #81306 with three dishes made from Square Slumper #24652 to create a condiment stand.

Fracture streamer project shown made by artist Stephanie O'Toole, images courtesy of Creative Paradise. Pastel dish project by artist Kayleigh Clark. 

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5 out of 5 stars
  •   The mold works
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Pros : After priming it, it worked perfectly. It didn't stick or anything.
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Other Thoughts : Now, if only I could get glass that didn't break while slumping... That being said, I haven't used it much. I'm assuming that the glass breaking is my own fault and no fault of the mold.
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3 out of 5 stars
  •   Can't use it
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Cons : Unfortunately this mold is too big fr my 6" Evenheqt HotBox kiln.
Other Thoughts : It would be helpful if website listed dimensions of each mold.
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  •   Very Nice
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Pros : It's a nice size for a small kiln and my piece turned out just as I expected
Cons : None
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