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Spectrum Light Blue Waterglass by Spectrum Glass

Unit Size* Price Qty 
medium 10" x 12" $8.55 USD
Mixable at 12 for $6.85 ea
large 16" x 20" $22.75

Item# S132W
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Product Features

  • Good for Stained Glass Projects
  • Easy to Cut
  • Consistent Pattern and Texture

Product Description

Spectrum Waterglass is a natural surface texture created by stretching the hot glass sheet while it is still in a pliable state. The result is gentle, rolling waves that resemble the surface of a lake or stream. Ideal for backgrounds, water and sky scenes.

Photo above is a general representation of glass colors. Colors may vary. Sizes are Approximate.

Product Details

  • Sheet Size: 21"x48"
  • Thickness: 3mm

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Pros : Fantastic color, great score, easy to break and great texture.
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Other Thoughts : the texture is much more subtle than in the photograph
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