New Molds

We had a nice mini-vacation this week and picked up a few new molds (well, new to us anyway). As predicted, we got the two extra large Doc Holliday carousel horse molds. As shown in the pictures, they are each 22″. I  hope that we will be able to pour them as they are very heavy; also that they will fit in the kiln for firing. I am looking forward to making them for myself when we get a chance.

Doc Holliday 1764 and Doc Holliday 1197

Other molds are:

  • Arnel 964 egg plate
  • Image 669 “Jesus is Lord” angels (3) 2 1/2″
  • Bil-Mac 1064 and 1065 open pour angel plaques 4″ x 6″
  • Morning Star 734 “Jesus Is Lord” flat-back angel with children 5 1/4″
  • Rocking Horse Molds 1267 angels (3) 3 1/2″
  • Suburban 451 Cow Scrubby Holder
  • Doc Holliday 830 large unicorn 12″

Doc Holliday 0830 large carousel unicornI do not have pictures of the others. However, I did take a snapshot of the inside of the molds for my catalog until we have a chance to make samples.

Carousel Creations
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About carolscarouselcreations

I am a retired math teacher. My jusband and I have been pouring, cleaning, firing, and painting ceramics since 1970 and have been teaching since 1972. We are both Duncan certified and members of IADCCT (International Association of Duncan Certified Caramic Teachers) and MVCT (Mahoning Valley Ceramic Teachers), a local chapter in North East Ohio and Western Pennsylvania. We have a home studio where we teach Technique Workshops and have Open Class time. We also have a party van which we take to local nursing homes. A new addition in 2020 is our online Facebook Live classes/demonstrations. We have two Etsy stores AfAfKidsNFriends for our African-American pieces and CarolsCarouselShoppe for our carousels. Find us on Facebook at CarolsCarouselCreations or send us an email to
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1 Response to New Molds

  1. Fiona Fox says:

    Hi, do you sell these fabulous horses? If so, do you ship interstate?
    Kindest regards.


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