Pegasus was the son of mortal Medusa and Poseidon, god of the sea. Pegasus and his brother Chrysaor were born from the blood of their beheaded mother Medusa, the gorgon tricked and killed by Perseus. Parentless, he was raised by the Muses at Mount Helicon, where he was taken by goddess Athena. In all of his excitement for being given to those women, Pegasus was striking the side of the mountain with his hooves and his marks caused springs to turn into flowing fountains of inspiration. Pegasus ended up on Mount Olympus, and served Zeus with his thunder and lightning magic powers. There is a constellation named after him, so we looked up to the skies in the darkness of the night. This silicone mold is exactly what we saw up there, down to the last hair strand in Pegasus’ glorious mane.
The ‘Pegasus Flight’ mold can be used with clay or resin, as well as with food decoration mediums such as chocolate or fondant. When using resin with this mold, we recommend that you apply a release agent first, for example a thin layer of cooking oil spray. When using polymer or air-dry clay with this mold, we recommend that you apply a fine layer of cornstarch, talcum powder or water on the mold before filling it with clay.
This mold is part of the Magical Creatures collection. Don’t forget to check out all related products.