This is a very special mould to make a medium size but fairly deep bowl. The result can be a simple piece or artwork as well as a utilitarian object in the dining area. Combine with 958.343 Small China Soup Bowl & 958.347 Breakfast Tray.
Instead of cutting the glass round try a square piece instead. Fuse identical pieces from two contrasting colours. The steep angle of this mould will reveal the bottom colour around the edges.
Recommended Firing Chart
This firing recommendation has been calculated for use with Bullseye glass. Whereas the most typical casting glasses are frit and billets, you can have great results using sheet glass, stringers, rods as well as prefabricated components.
The chart shown below is also based on the assumption that you are using a top fired kiln, e.g. Paragon GL22, GL24, BVD Flat bed kilns etc. Following this recommended firing chart will lead to a smooth piece of glass with a glossy surface. The finished piece will shrink somewhat, depending on the amount of glass used. Some coldworking on the edges with a diamond pad may be necessary. By lowering the temperature to a sinter firing (approx. 720