Italian Rod Assortment Pack - 104 COE

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Product Features

  • Perfect for beginners or expanding your pallet - contains 22 assorted colors, 2 black, 2 white, and 2 clear
  • 104 COE - softer glass ideal for bead making
  • A Delphi Exclusive!


Product Description

exclusive Great for Beginners
Our most popular pack! A basic assortment that will get you started creating just about any kind of bead you can imagine! Contains 28 rods measuring 13" long: 2 black, 2 white, 2 clear, and 22 assorted colors. Italian Effetre 104 COE.
A Delphi Exclusive!
Beads by artist Val Oswalt-De Waard.

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  •   Nice glass.
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Pros : Pretty colors, melts very well, all uniform no wonky cuts or strange sizes.
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