IMD developing a new line of molds specifically designed for Contemporary Ceramic Studios.

IMD610set
This dish is poured through 2 small pour-holes and has
a very tight seem-line. As experience shows for this type of 
business best selling items are plain and somewhat 
unusual shapes.
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Item

Description

Retail

IMD-610

Lg. Contemporary Sushi Dish 8"x8"

 

IMD-621

Sm. Contemporary Sushi Dish 6 " x 6 "

 

IMD-622

Rectangular Dish 11 x 6 "

 

IMD-623

Rice Bowl w/ Buddha

 

IMD-624

Rice Bowl Lid

 

IMD-625

Sake Cup

 

IMD-626

Rice Bowl Lid Plain

 

Set of 7 molds

IMD610c
IMD60002

The biggest problem with pouring solid tiles was small pour-holes. Ceramist had to keep adding slip every minute or so. I managed to solve this problem with "Reservoir" molds IMD-600. They allow you to keep an access of slip over pour-holes, so you don't have to add more slip every minute. If you tried to pour tile or plate mold with closed bottom (it does make a very nice back side) then you are familiar with that problem. You have to keep mold full all the time to prevent it from trapping air inside. And what a task it is. With a "reservoir" mold you simply place it over pour-holes and you don't have to worry about adding your slip again. Simply place them over pour-holes and 15 min. later just slide them off.