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Uroboros Golden Amber & Yellow On Cream Granite by Uroboros Glass Studios

Unit Size* Price Qty 
small 7" x 12"  $10.55
medium 12" x 14"  $20.95
Mixable at 12 for discount
large 14" x 24"  $41.85

Item# U65-92
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Product Features
  • Good for Stained Glass Projects
  • Premium Handmade Glass
  • More Colors Per Sheet
Product Description
Handcrafted Colored and Textured Glass
Multi-color glass with a granite texture. This texture adds depth, complexity and sparkle. Its typically consistent thickness makes it popular with all skill levels.

Photo above is a general representation of glass colors. Colors may vary. Sizes are Approximate.
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5 stars Beautiful! By on
Pros : This ia a beautiful glas! At first looks like a creamy beidge, something like creamed clover honey. Hold it against source of light and it radiates with lovely, warm yellow, not too bright thought, just right. Very nice glass for a lamp shade, quite, elegant mix of color when not lit and happy, warm glow when lit.
Cons : None
Other Thoughts : Very satisfied with this purchase. The actual glass is slightly less orange than the picture.
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Pros : Great color. My pieces had less of the deeper color than the picture here, but they were well matched to each other for replacing glass in a lamp.
Cons : I found these hard to cut and needed to buy extra pieces (twice)
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5 stars Even better than the photo! By on
Pros : I bought this glass on recommendation from the Uroboros website, when creating the Odyssey peacock mold. It is gorgeous glass!!
Cons : none
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