Warms Rod And Twisted Cane Assortment - 90 COE

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Product Features

  • Hand-pulled rods and cane is an easy way to add motion and detail to your art
  • Measures 5" long and is 4 - 7mm in diameter
  • Rods are great for pattern bars!
  • Made of premium glass
  • A Delphi Exclusive!
  • 90 COE


Product Description

Warm colored rods are filled with a fun millefiori design and are coordinated with twisted cane, all made from premium glass. Use to create borders and accents in fused projects. Rods and cane are approximately 4mm to 7mm diameter x 5" long. 10 pieces. 90 COE.

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