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Beauty meets brains in these hard working, chic black bookends!
Minimalistic style matches any decor and features a 6" diameter opening to insert your stained glass, mosaic or fused glass art. Heavy, stable design keeps books orderly for an enjoyable and functional display. Set of two. Artwork not included.
Delphi Tip: To ensure a perfect fit, buy your frame first. Each frame may vary slightly in fit due to manufacturing or finishing. The best way to make sure that your project fits a frame neatly is to purchase the frame first, then adjust the pattern as needed to fit the opening in the frame.
Project comes from "Wild Tiles" book #6711. Fused stylized flower bookends are by artist Teresa Batten. Pattern modified from "25 Pieces or Less" book #6831. Owl project from "20 Pieces or Less" book #5967. Use any of our books to find great patterns or to be inspired by their designs.
What’s behind Delphi’s new line of Premium Wrought Iron Stands? An American manufacturing company, Professional Metal Works, Inc ("PMW"). We sit down with Jim Rice of PMW to ask him a few questions about the quality products his company produces. Delphi How did your company get started? Jim Rice Professional Metal Works, PMW for short, was established in 2000 by Fred Boling who had over 25 years in the metal fabrication industry. Shortly thereafter in 2001 Fred was joined by a partner, Jerry McKenna who had worked with Fred previously and himself had over 25 years of experience in metal fabrication as well. Delphi What makes your company unique? Jim Rice Both Fred and Jerry capitalized on their experiences and knowledge that their business can be very successful by providing customers what they need and want – high quality precision metal fabrications delivered on time and at a fair price.
The students and parents of Mrs. Johnson’s first grade elementary class at Westchase elementary in Tampa, FL, recently created glass art mosaic tables to auction off for its annual fundraiser. The students used stained glass chips and venetian glass tiles to create kiwi, watermelon, orange and apple designs onto 19" wrought iron tables. The fruit designs, created by Martin Cheek, were a big hit with the kids and the parents. At the auction, the tables received the highest bids of the evening. Supplies were donated by Diamond Tech and Delphi Glass. See more photos of the students in action here.