What if a Mold is Not Listed?
If you are looking for a mold attachment that is not listed separately for sale,
you will have to order that part directly from the mold manufacturer.
If you tried using the Mold Search and did not find what you are looking for,
make sure you entered only ONE word that would be in the description.
If you were looking for a mold number, make sure you enter ONLY the number
without any prefixes or suffixes or name of the mold company.
Do not enter S-1300 or DM2300A. Enter only 1300 or 2300.
In other words, make sure you have followed the directions.
If you are looking for a certain catalog or book not listed on our
Books/Catalogs page, we don't have it. No need to call or email us asking
where you might get one, we don't know.
If you are looking for a mold made by a certain company
that is not named in the list under Mold Search,
we do not sell it and don't know where you can get it. Please don't ask us.
If you are looking for a specific mold from a company we do represent, if it is not listed when you
click on the link under Mold Search, consider that all of the molds we sell are listed
by mold company in alpha-numeric order. If you are looking for a mold number
and it is skipped on our web site, that mold is not available from the manufacturer
and we do not know where you might find it. Don't ask us where to get it. We won't know.
If you think we are holding back some molds and not listing them, ask yourself a question,
"Why would we hold anything back?" That would be stupid.
With that said, we do not sell all of the Clay Magic molds available, but only the ones they decided
to discontinue and that they sent to Starlite Molds to make. The active Clay Magic molds
you will have to get from either Clay Magic or another ceramic supply.
Certain mold companies such as Albertas, have their mold numbers listed differently
and you may have
to select the company reference and go through the list to find
the mold you want, or use the mold search by a word in the description.
WE DO NOT ATTEND THE CERAMIC SHOWS.
With the massive loss of manufacturers attending ceramic shows, you have to know
which of our mold manufacturers go to the shows.
The following manufacturers never attend ceramic shows:
Riverview Molds which also makes Ross Molds
Starlite Molds which makes Albertas, Coles, Doc Holliday, Donas,
Duncan, Heinz, some Jamar-Mallory, Scioto, Starlite, Suncrest and some TL Designs
The other manufacturers may go to the shows.
To eliminate shipping charges and get an extra 5% discount,
select your molds from our site and in the Additional Information section
on the check-out page, indicate what show you want to pick up at and
finish checking out. We will charge your card when we receive your order
and notify the manufacturer. As long as that manufacturer is going to your show,
you will receive the 5% extra discount and you will not pay shipping charges.
However, if you fail to pick up your molds at that show, you will forfeit the extra
discount and the manufacturer will ship the molds to you and charge you for shipping.
MOLD SHIPPING COST ESTIMATE
The following chart shows how we compute your approximate shipping costs.
Consider that most mold companies are out of business and they have been bought out by several manufacturers.
The only mold company that we carry that still makes new molds is Mayco Molds. Clay Magic still makes
new molds but you have to go to their website to see them.
Add up the total cost of the molds you selected
for EACH SPECIFIC MANUFACTURER
(not mold company) separately.
The mold manufacturer is in a separate column next to the mold company in the mold listing.
Then use the table below to get the approximate shipping cost from that
Add up the Estimated Shipping from each manufacturer of the molds selected to get the total
Estimated Shipping Cost that we will charge your card when we process your order.
If you have a mold that costs $20 made by Shiloh Molds and another
costs $15 from Starlite Molds,
the approximate cost we calculate for shipping
$18 + $26 = $44
because each manufacturer is shipping their own molds to you.
If your order is going to Alaska or Hawaii, double that amount.
Regardles of how much you initially pay for the Estimated Shipping & Handling,
the final amount you pay will be
the Actual & Handling costs.
When all of the molds have been shipped, your total will be adjusted
either up or down or not at all from that Estimated Cost we originally charge your card.
For shipments to the Eastern or Western Seaboard, you can expect the Actual
Shipping Cost to be 10% more because of the way UPS charges for where it goes.
Note that the ESTIMATED shipping costs are based on molds that are not too big and
do not weight a lot. For a set of large molds weighing 30 lbs or more, expect the estimated and actual
shipping costs to be more because these molds have to be shipped one by one
in their own boxes due to size and weight constraints. A large order of such molds will have
to be shipped by motor freight which has a high cost but will be less than if shipped any other way.