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Geometric Bead Mould

Price £40.64 Inc VAT (£33.87 Ex VAT)

4 out of 5 stars (1 Customer Review)
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Stock Status: 10 Units in Stock
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Product Information
Geometric Bead Mould for glass

Create jewellery ranging from simple and casual to dramatic and elegant with this easy to use mould.  

This mould creates three triangular and three square bead, each measuring about 2.5cm across.  

Fill Weight: 6g per bead.

We strongly recommend using Primo Primer with our casting moulds. Standard shelf primer is not suitable.

Because of the mould’s engineering, the beads almost never require any cold work (grinding or polishing). The finished beads can be strung on leather or silver chains or used however you wish.

 The beads can be wire wrapped or strung onto leather, silk or rubber to create a huge variety of jewellery styles.Geometric bead mould necklace

The mould itself measures approximately 16.5 x 11.5 x 2.5cm).

Will this mould fit in my kiln?

For smaller beads, try the nano bead mould.

See the 'Tribal and Geometric Beads' pdf for complete instructions and firing schedules.

See how easy these beads are to make in the video below.

Geometric bead mould example

Please note that all our moulds are hand-made and therefore the dimensions may vary slightly from those shown.

All our moulds are designed for multiple use and with care should last for many firings.

Product Reviews
4 out of 5 stars
4 out of 5 stars Thursday 07 April, 2016 By Robin Porter
I recently purchased this together with two other similar moulds.
I, very carefully, followed the priming application instructions from the "Tricks of the trade" sheet for the geometric bead mould, filled it with the recommended amount of frit, fired at the suggested temperature and time, cooled to ambient temperature and damaged the mould beyond use because the glass stuck to the 'pointy' protrusions.
I suggest that prospective purchasers do not follow the aforementioned instructions, but these:- Place the mould into a suitable tin foil tray of suitable depth, pour the primer into the mould, lift and turn the mould upside down to drain off the excess primer. Dry with a hairdryer, then repeat the process three times.
I am very happy to say that my remaining moulds are intact after a number of firings, but alas, the lesson cost

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