8-1/2" Spoon Rest

$19.95 USD
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Item# 4247
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A Fun New Way to Add Glass to Your Kitchen Decor
Use this practical mold to create a glass spoon rest that will not only keep your counter top clean, but makes a beautiful display when not in use. This reusable ceramic pre-drilled mold can be fired many times, making it an excellent value. Kiln wash before use. Mold measures 8-1/2" x 3".

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Pros : Easy to use, Small & economical for selling
Cons : Took me 5 firings to figure out the correct slumping schedule since it has a deep "pocket" for the end of the spoon.
Other Thoughts : But after I finally got the firing schedule set up, this mold produced consistent results.
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  •   Great little mold
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Pros : This mold makes really nice spoon rests.
Cons : I've never had any problems using this mold.
Other Thoughts : I like to cut the top layer slightly smaller than the base, using a contrasting color. You get a nice border
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