Peace Sign Trio Earring & Pendant Jewelry Mold

$23.95 USD
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Item# 80761
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  • Fits in small kilns
  • Ceramic mold can be used many times
  • Creates unique glass jewelry sets in 1 firing
  • Finished pendant measures 2-1/4" in diameter
  • Finished earrings measure 1-1/4" in diameter


Product Description

Create Cast Glass Pendants and Earrings
Fill pendant molds with glass frit, scrap and powders to create one-of-a-kind cast glass jewelry sets. Try combining powders to create a marbled look or accent with dichroic. The possibilities are endless!

Coat molds with ZYP or casting mold primer before use. See size perspective of mold with quarter and dime images shown. Mold measures 4-1/2" wide x 5" long. Finished pendant measures 2-1/4" in diameter. Finished earrings measure 1-1/4" in diameter. Ceramic molds can be used many times!

Mold uses 26 grams of frit or scrap glass in large peace sign and 6 grams in each small peace sign.  

Project image courtesy of Creative Paradise.

Delphi Tip: The amount of frit added into the mold defines the shape of the finished piece. For detailed designs, use a generous amount of frit.
 

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  •   Great 60s vibe
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Pros : Really nice mold.
Cons : You have to figure out how much glass to use, but what's a little math?
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