Glass Slumping Molds
Glass can be shaped over and/or into molds in a kiln, using heat and gravity to create an almost endless variety of forms: plates, bowls, platters, and more.
Manufactured by Creative Ceramics in Europe, these are the finest commercial slumping molds on the market. Slipcast from a specially formulated clay body, these molds have an exceptionally smooth surface, accept kilnwash uniformly, and do not crack under repeated use if handled properly.
Note: These are handmade, so slight variations in size are expected—be sure to measure your mold before cutting glass to fit.
|Round Slumper (8630)||Soup Bowl (8665)||Oval Dish (8536)|
|Square Slumper (8636)||Yin-Yang Plate (8341)||Small Rectangle (8945)||Oval in Rectangle (8454)|
Bridges, casting, curves, lamp benders, etc.
|One Candle Bridge (8903)||Pyramid Casting Mold (8948)||Double Curve (8960)||Lamp Bender (8964)|
Deep Form Molds
A three-step process in which consecutive firings ultimately result in a deep, tall, steep-sided vessel.
|17" Ball Surface / Deep Form Step One (8738)||Deep Form Step Two (8990)||Deep Form Step Three (8991)|
An elevated mold featuring a hole through which glass can slump or "drop" when fired in the kiln, resulting in a variety of smooth-sided vessels.
|Drop Out Ring (8633)||Rectangular Drop Out (8923)||Ellipse Drop Out (8955)||Square Drop Out (8957)|
Featuring Slumping Molds