10" x 5" Three Section Rectangular Candy Dish

$32.95 USD
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Item# 62713
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Firelight Form Ceramic Molds are easy to use, and durable for countless firings. It's never been so easy to create custom home décor.

Pre-drilled; always remember to elevate molds for proper air circulation. Apply kiln wash before use. Measures 10" by 5" by 1/2" deep.

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4 out of 5 stars
  •   cute mold
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Pros : makes a nice size dish
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Other Thoughts : Not sure why it takes a higher firing than my other molds to get the proper slump
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  •   Nice medium sized serving dish
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Pros : I've used this mold many times and have been happy with the results. It makes a great serving dish for snacks/ dips.
Cons : None
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