Koi Texture Mold

Price $33.95
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Item# 806169
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Product Features

  • Create a lasting impression and give your glass art dimension
  • Durable ceramic texture mold is easy to use and can be fired multiple times
  • Once textured, the glass can be slumped to create lovely vessels or displayed flat as panels or suncatchers
  • Fun project idea: use to imprint bottles
  • Mold measures 7" x 13"

Product Description

Fuse fun details into your glass with reusable texture molds. Fire glass on mold to imprint texture. Once fired you can slump it, texture side up, to create bowls and plates with amazing detail. A quick and fun project idea. Must kiln wash before use. Measures 7" x 13".

Texture mold features 3 raised koi's and deep ripples with air bubbles giving your final piece the feel of the water.

For tips on getting the most out of your texture molds and for firing schedules view "Creating with Texture Molds" project guide shown with additional images.

Koi plaque projects courtesy of Stephanie O'Toole of Creative Paradise. Slumped bottle koi by Delphi artist Katelynn Bayerl.

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5 out of 5 stars
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Pros : Terrific impression mold
Cons : none
Other Thoughts : great with hi fire irid, love it in light blue, irid down, clear capped
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Pros : It is a beautiful suttle pattern
Cons : I wish the pattern imposed deeper especially the koi themselves. should be painted to really display
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