9-1/2" Ruffled Square Sushi Plate

$41.95 USD
Item# 4222
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Product Features

  • Measures 9-1/2" square by 7/8" deep
  • Pre-drilled ceramic mold
  • Durable for countless firings
  • Available in smaller size, 5-1/2" square by 7/8" deep


Product Description

Create Stunning Dishes
High quality ceramic molds offer bold shapes that accentuate any design, are easy to use and durable for countless firings. It's never been so easy to create custom home décor. Finished plates add to the presentation of favorite meals and snacks, and also make great gifts!

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 9-1/2" square by 7/8" deep.

The ruffle sushi plate comes in two different sizes. See both for comparison. Small square ruffle sushi plate (#4278) measure 5-1/2" square by 7/8" deep. Both sushi molds make a great accent piece to the wavy sushi plate (#62728). Pair all three together to make a great gift set!

Fused red and green sushi plate by artist Kerry Collett and gold and green plate created by artist Hetty Estes. From Delphi's Online Artist Gallery.

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