Celtic Triangle Bevel Cluster

$39.95 USD
Item# 443825
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Product Features

  • Beveled glass creates beautiful sparkles of light
  • Intricate, hand-crafted, traditional Celtic design
  • Add interest and detail to your stained glass panel
  • Measures 12" x 10-1/2", 13 pieces


Product Description

Clear Celtic bevel cluster measures 12" x 10-1/2" when assembled. 13 pieces.

Delphi Tip: Always lay out bevel clusters on pattern before cutting glass to adjust for small differences.

Step-by-Step: Beyond Basic Bevel Design
1. Define your project borders and center lines on graph paper. Arrange bevel pieces.
2. For additional options try repositioning bevels. Add space in between to incorporate cut stained glass or additional bevels. You can even remove pieces to alter the design.
3. Once you find a pleasing design to fit your space carefully trace bevels, then add pattern lines for glass to complete the design.

Stained glass project by artist Linda Sellick. From Delphi's Online Artist Gallery. 
 

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Pros : Easy and beautiful gift for that Irish person in your life!
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Cons : I'm trying to use the 2 triangles in a window & the first problem is that the pattern was not made the correct width for the came or the foil, so every pc needs to be recut or ground down to fit. I also am using the Celt 4 point knot that is worse than these. Both from the same company. I am committed to the project because it's for my parents for Xmas 2010. Because of all of the extra work, maybe St. Patrick's Day.
Other Thoughts : They fit get in the pattern because of their large size, to bad they are so much work to get them to fit. Please search for a better supplier. Thanks
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