8-5/16" Wavy Sushi Platter

$27.95 USD
Item# 62728
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Product Features

  • Durable ceramic mold can withstand many firings
  • Mold measures 8-5/16" x 4" x 1" deep - great size for a medium sized kilns!


Product Description

Firelight Form Ceramic Molds are easy to use, and durable for countless firings. It's never been so easy to create custom home décor. Finished plates and bowls add to the presentation of favorite meals and snacks. Pre-drilled; always remember to elevate molds for proper air circulation. Apply kiln wash before use. See size perspective of mold with quarter images shown. Measures approximately 8-5/16" by 4" by 1" deep.

This molds makes a great accent piece to the square ruffle sushi plate (#4278) and the ruffled square sushi plate (#4222). Pair all three together, makes a great gift set!

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  •   one of my favorite molds
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Pros : Unique shape, have used it several times and love the results!
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  •   8 3/4 Wavy Sushi Platter
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Pros : Love the curves on this slump mold.
Cons : Ordered a second one so i could slump 2 at a time.
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