10-1/4" x 6-1/2" Spiral Buffet Plate Mold

$37.95 USD
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Item# 80763
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Product Features

  • Make a matching set with 5" Dip Slump Mold item #80754 & Spiral Appetizer Dish Mold #80753 (sold seperatly)
  • Ceramic molds can be used many times
  • Mold measures 10-1/4" x 6-1/2"


Product Description

Fused glass platters add to the presentation of favorite meals and snacks. Spiral textures give an extra added pop of exquisite detail. Durable ceramic molds from Creative Paradise can be used many times. Pre-drilled. Kiln wash before use. See size perspective of mold with quarter images shown. Mold measures 10-1/4" x 6-1/2".

Increase the target temperature and/or soak time during slumping to create a stronger texture impression in your finished projects. To create the most dramatic textured designs, use transparent glass.

This is an excellent companion to the Spiral Appetizer Dish #80753 and Dip Slump Mold #80754. Use to create a custom serving set, see project images below courtesy of Creative Paradise.

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Pros : Unique mold that looks great made with clear glass with a colored border.
Cons : Solid color glass does not show much detail of the swirl.
Other Thoughts : Wish there were more molds like this! Saves a step by not having to use a texture mold.
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