22" Dragonfly Mold And Pattern

$296.95 USD
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Product Features

  • Full 360° fiberglass form makes constuction easier
  • Includes 2 copies of the pattern to make tracing, cutting and fitting simple
  • Instructions take the guess-work out of the assembly process

Product Description

Make an heirloom lamp in the Tiffany tradition with the Odyssey Lamp system. Each design is carefully reproduced based on original Tiffany lampshades, so you can capture the authentic look of these stunning shades in your own studio.
22" diameter, 513 piece design, requires 5" Odyssey cap, ring and wheel. Also recommended for completion: filigree set and jewels.

What you get with an Odyssey Lamp Form Kit:

  • A full 360 degree fiber glass lamp form
    Full-size lampshade pattern
    Assembly Instructions


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Note: All the stained glass, hardware, filigree, and decorative jewels are sold separately.

Step-by-Step: Use the Repositionable Odyssey Tacky Wax System
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  • 1. Each kit contains a 360º fiber glass lampshade mold, instruction manual and full-size pattern sheets - 1 paper and 1 Mylar.
    2. After darkening the engraved pattern lines, use low heat to melt the Tacky Wax. Apply evenly with a bristle paint brush.
    3. Odyssey's Tacky Wax gives you the flexibility to position, reposition, or even re-cut pieces before foiling.
    4. Soldering is easier because the mold is unaffected by heat or molten solder.

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Pros : With patience the outcome is stunning.
Cons : Lots of patience will be needed to get the jewel set.
Other Thoughts : Rating reduced due to hard to get jewels.
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Pros : This is a wonderfully sturdy mold. It is supplied with a mylar and paper pattern and a guide. The key is patience.This system uses a wax that must be applied to the mold as one of the construction steps and can be a little messy. Once you get past the anxiety of waxing the mold (and releasing the shade) the outcome is rewarding.
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Other Thoughts : My biggest beef isn't with the mold or pattern--its with the lack of availability of the odd sized jewels that are part of the shade.Glass can be substituted, but the outcome isn't as spectacular.
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