Antique Cameo with Filigree Lace Silicone Mould
*Please note - this cameo is so pretty - it has a fine filigree pattern all around the outside - however, this 'lace work' is a little fine and can be tricky to get the soap into. We suggest running a toothpick around whilst the soap base is melted - otherwise pockets of air appear.
Too fine & tricky? - You can always smooth off the filigree with a knife!
As this mould is hand made it is not perfectly flat but has a slight angle to it.
- Material of mould: Silicone
- Soap size - approximately 80mm, cameo on top approx' 40mmx30mm
- Approx weight of finished soap: 70 grams
- Number of cavities per mould: 1
- Food grade: No
- Special Features of this mould: Highly Flexible to allow easy release of your finished product
- Uses: Soaps, Candles (Need to poke a hole in for the wick), Soy Candle Melts, Plaster, Resin, Crafts
Please note: You are receiving the mould, not the finished product. Your mould may be a different colour to the image shown.
Poke a tiny hole in the mould and add a wick and you can use the mould for candles too.
A cameo is usually made of two types of material, commonly precious or semi-precious stone. One material is carved into a figure - the most common type being a profile portrait of a person’s head. This is then set upon the other type of material which provides a background of another color to set off the figure. Cameos are often worn as jewellery. Cameos of great artistry were made in Greece dating back as far as the 6th century BC. Cameos were very popular in Ancient Rome and have enjoyed periodic revivals, notably in the early Renaissance, and again in the 17th and 18th centuries.