Nested set of 3 large rounded rectangle pottery drape forms

Nested set of 3 large rounded rectangle pottery drape forms

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This set of 3 Large Rounded Rectangle Drape Forms is perfect for creating a centre piece for any table or display.  Use them to hand build serving dishes or a set of plates. 

The sizes compliment each other perfectly, and are designed so that you can make dishes that nest / stack into each other. This creates a stunning effect when the dishes are presented as a set, and also makes for easy storage in cupboards or cabinets.  

Manufactured from 18 mm thick economy MDF with a 45 degree angle chamfered edge finish, or a straight 90 degree edge with rounded base.


3 x Rounded Rectangle Drape Forms in the following sizes;

4.5 x 13.5 Inches (114 x 342 mm)
6 x 15 Inches (152 x 382 mm)
7.5 x 16.5 Inches (191 x 419 mm)

Our range of forms are great to use because no pottery wheel is required.  They are suitable for use on a basic work station / table / bench.

We have had great feedback from our customers about the quality of finish they can achieve with our drape forms,  and how easy it is to remove the clay from the form when it is partially dry. 

How to look after me

These forms are manufactured from our economy MDF material so please do not submerge in water as this can cause swelling and warping.
To clean just wipe with a damp sponge to remove any clay
Do not use metal scourers or screwdrivers on these forms .as I can cause damage to your form.
  • Size:
    45 Degree chamfer
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  • Material:
    Economy MDF
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    Hartley & Noble
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Pottery drape forms

Love these. My first set are drying slowly ready for bisque firing. I have asked Father Christmas for the plate forms!

Jennifer Griggs | Colwall, near Malvern | November 2019