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Large Floral Vase Former

$25.95 USD
Item# 425720
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Product Features

  • Create fused glass vases of your own design
  • Made from stainless steel, what the experts recomend
  • 6-1/5" high with a 3-1/2" diameter


Product Description

Fireworks floral vase formers offer specially textured sides so that kiln wash or mold release adheres to the surface easily. Durable stainless steel molds can be reused many times. Measures 6-5/8" high, 3-1/2" diameter.

Experts Recommend Stainless Steel:
"In many ways, stainless steel is the perfect mold material. It is lightweight, difficult to deform, and able to last for a thousand firings or more."
    - Brad Walker, Contemporary Warm Glass

First and second project by artist Lisa Vogt. Third project created by Delphi artist Roy Kapp using stringers. Delphi Tip: Stainless steel molds require release like any other mold. Spray-on primers are fast and easy to apply, or you can use a traditional kiln wash. To use kiln wash, preheat your mold in the oven to 450°F, then apply by brushing on one even coat of wash.

 

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  •   Great vase maker!
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Pros : This was my first time making a vase and it turned out great! I love this slumper since it is so durable and I don't have to worry about dropping it on my studio floor!
Cons : I have found nothing bad about this product at all, its perfect!
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