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Clear Textured Glacier

Unit Size* Price Qty 
medium 10" x 16" $10.35 USD
Mixable at 12 for $8.25 ea
large 16" x 20" $20.65

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Product Features

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

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Product Description

This clear glass has a frozen motion look along with some air bubbles, giving it a Reamy or swirl appearance. This easy cutting glass is both affordable and perfect for backgrounds. Glacier Glass is 4mm (5/32") thick with one smooth side. Feel free to call us to check stock.

Clear textured glass, sometimes called architectural glass, can add incredible depth and beauty to your home. Textures, ranging from subtle to dramatic, add privacy, movement, and create ambiance in designs like nothing else. Most commonly used in cabinets and entryways, clear textures can be used to add dazzling appeal to panels, sun catchers and more! Use alone or in combination with other textures and colors to create a stunning piece of glass art.

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

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Pros : I liked the suspended air and swirls in the glass, adds a panel of semi-privacy to the work without distracting from the pattern of your project.
Cons : The darn stuff is pretty thick. Yeah, it says it's 5/32" which makes it a full 1/32" thicker than most colored glass. Not fun when using it as background glass in a fairly large project with lots of different sized pieces to hand foil.
Other Thoughts : Thickness of this glass may be a problem, giving too much of a proud set with your pattern.
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Pros : Give wonderful depth to a background without distracting from the subject. Best project I used it for was a girl standing in the wind. Using the streaks, I was able to simulate wind with a clear background. LOVE IT!
Cons : Thicker than other glass, so keep it in mind.
Other Thoughts : Everyone should have a piece of this to pull out at any time. I guarantee you will use it and love it.
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