Deep mould to make a voluminous bowl for serving food, presenting fruit or for artwork.
Good shape for a table lamp or chandelier.
To get the full benefit of the mould and its depth, cut the glass to the outer circumference of the mould. Instead you can also try a square or oval glass shape.
The steep angle of the mould may result in an uneven slumping. Reposition the slumped piece and fire a second time or reposition during slumping.
Recommended Firing Chart
Please Read: This firing recommendation has been calculated for use with Bullseye Glass of average viscosity with an even thickness of 4 - 6 mm. 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. If you are using a side firing kiln you must allow more time in the first ramp.