6" Plate Ring Mold

$21.95 USD
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Item# 806191
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Product Features

  • Pair with round foot drape mold to simultaneously drop and drape to create a truly elegant and unique vessel
  • Outside diameter measures 6" inside measures 3" diameter


Product Description

Use this mold by itself with kiln posts and your glass will "drop" down to create beautiful custom depth vases, bowls or dishes. Ceramic molds accept kiln wash easily and last for repeated firings. Outside diameter 6" inside 3" with convex rim and stair step inner ring. Interior measures 3" diameter. Kiln wash before use.

Use in conjunction with the 6" foot drape mold (item# 806192). Fit them together, as shown, allowing you to drop glass through the ring onto another piece of glass that is simultaneously draping on the foot mold to create a truly elegant and unique vessel.

Images courtesy of Creative Paradise. See how to make the poppy dish featured in additional images by clicking on "View User Manual" firing schedule also included.

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  •   Good size
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Pros : Good size, takes kiln wash well, like the recessed edge on the inner part
Cons : opening could be larger
Other Thoughts : I use this in conjunction with the 6" foot drape mold to make candy dishes, and I love it. My only complaint is that the opening could be a little bigger, it makes for a smallish dish. Still, I like it quite a bit, and it's easy to use
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  •   6" plate Ring Mold
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