5" x 10" Sweet Treat Tray Mold

$27.95 USD
Item# 81702
Currently Out of Stock

Product Features

  • Simple design for multiple art glass projects
  • Makes an excellent cupcake and desert plate
  • Durable ceramic mold can be fired again and again
  • Measures 11-1/8" by 6-/18" by 1-1/2" deep. Dimensions might vary slightly

Product Description

The simple lines of this rectangular slumper are perfect for nearly any design scheme. Ceramic molds can be fired many times. Kiln wash before use. See size perspective of mold with quarter images shown. Mold measures 10" x 5" x 1-1/2" deep with a 1-1/8" lip. Mold measurements are approximate.

Create a set with the sweet treat plate mold (#81701). See side by side comparison in additional images.

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4 out of 5 stars
  •   Nice form
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Pros : Well made, smooth mold. Attractive finished pieces.
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Other Thoughts : Need to fire a little higher &/or longer to get a crisp slump into the little ridge. Check visually to make sure you have an even slump.
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  •   Great little mold
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Pros : This makes a great sized small tray. The contour is attractive.
Cons : None
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