5" Square Spiral Plate Mold

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Item# 7457
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Product Features

  • Offered in 4 different sizes – great for making a complete set
  • Mold measures 5" square with a 2-3/4" center
  • Durable ceramic mold can withstand many firings


Product Description

Slump into the Spiral!
Part of a unique collection of dinnerware fusing molds. Glass slumped into this mold creates an elegant spiral. Conveniently pre-drilled; remember to apply kiln wash before use. See size perspective of mold with quarter image shown.  Mini mold measures 5" x 5" with a 2-3/4" center, so it easily fits inside your table top kiln.

Square spiral plate molds are also offered in 3 other sizes. Small mold (#7456) measures 7" x 7" with a 3-1/2" inside diameter. Medium mold (#7459) measures 9" x 9" with a 5" inside diameter. Large mold (#7458) measures 12"x 12" with a 6-1/2" inside diameter.

Project image shows complete set made by Delphi Artist Kayleigh Clark.

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Pros : This is a great mold to purchase if you are looking for something a little different. It has a subtle ridged design when fired, but nothing so strange or obtrusive that it can't be useful. It also makes a great candle dish.
Cons : None so far
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  •   Spiral Plate Mould
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Pros : An elegant form that makes for some interesting light play on the plate. Fits in a small kiln, but is big enough to create useful plates, for example for dessert or tapas.
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