9-3/4" Rectangular Sushi Plate

$36.95 USD
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Item# 627141
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Product Description

Stunning dishes are easy to create. High quality ceramic mold offers a bold shape that accentuates any design. Finished dish is an elegant decorative accent for your coffee table or bar, and it's three sections work well for presenting multiple munchies as well as sushi! Overall dimensions are 3-1/4" x 9-3/4." Pre-drilled; always remember to elevate molds for proper air circulation. Apply kiln wash before use.

Project shown above created by artist Melanie Churchill.

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  •   Smaller Then Expected
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Pros : Is a nice length, and slumps beautifully.
Cons : Needs extra time in the kiln to slump fully, otherwise it rocks back and forth. Not as deep as I thought it would be.
Other Thoughts : This is a great dish, and I've made many 3 part dishes, and used it as a mold to make sauce/tea bag/jewelry holds with. You can use the two ends to make 2 dishes at once. However, I didn't realize how narrow the plate was, or how shallow the dents are. If you're going to order it, sketch out the measurements so you know how big it is, and realize it's only about a half inch deep if you're using 6mm glass.
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  •   9-3/4 " sushi plate
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Pros : This makes a gorgeous plate. I used B.Eye transparent black streaky over clear. A very nice shape.
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  •   Cute mold
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Pros : Very good mold and the end result is adorable!
Cons : none
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