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Far Out Circles On Thin Black - 96 COE

$14.95 USD
Item# X24636
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exclusive Dichroic Jewelry Just Got Easier!
Save time and create jewelry with perfectly shaped circles. Ideal for pendants and other accessories, dichroic circles work with all 1" Alexa and Aanraku jewelry findings. Water jet cut from sheets of DichroMagic patterned dichroic glass, each piece will capture a different portion of the pattern. Each piece will be unique! 96 COE. Sold in packs of 8. A Delphi Exclusive.

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  •   Spectacular and Spacey
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Pros : Fused with a clear topper these make fabulous outer space pendants - sold like hotcakes!
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  •   Easy jewelry accents
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Pros : Easy to make jewelry accents with these. Especially with the black and clear pre-cuts.
Cons : Wish there were more color and pattern varieties for this whole line of accents.
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