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Dichroic Primary Color Strip Pack On Clear - 96 COE by CBS Dichroic Glass

$141.95 USD
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Brilliant Colors!
Dichroic glass is a great way to add a splash of eye-catching color to your piece. Primary Pack features twelve 1" x 8" pieces on thin clear glass. Perfect for creating fused glass bracelets, jewelry and accents on larger projects. All packs come in random color combinations. 96 COE.

There are no extra boxing charges for glass packs. Photo is one example. Actual glass may vary from photo.

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Pros : The hubby loved the variety of all the colors-great way to get a lot of colors at once
Cons : I don't have any
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