Eagle Bevel Cluster

Price $77.95
Your Savings: - $31.00
Your Price: $46.95 USD   (40% Off)
Item# 443183
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Product Features

  • Create patriotic projects
  • 26 pieces, measures 11" by 9-1/8" when assembled

Product Description

An Exceptional Value!
Create a beautiful beveled panel, door, transom, or window, with this majestic eagle bevel cluster. Excellent for patriotic panels. 26 pieces, 11" x 9-1/8".

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

American Eagle panel by artist Debbie Kerr. Eagle in the wild panel by artist Judith Wieske. Eagle and flag panel by artist Gabriele Bryant of Glass Artscapes LLC. All projects from Delphi's Online Artist Gallery. Final project shown by artist Steena Gaut created using Eagle #443183 and Small Stars #443225. Shown in Mission Stand #103809. Search FP168D at DelphiGlass.com for FREE Pattern.

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Pros : This is a beautiful cluster. I ordered two and completed one so far. All pieces fit well together during placement on the pattern. I opted to leave the piece open without framing it as I wanted to offer one for sale at a more reasonable cost. I was wary of how to hang the hooks and at the same time have it hang properly. I found two secure spots and used a very small link chain. I used a black-back foil 3/16" Venture Tape and a black patina. It looks very stunning; however, I plan to try copper foil and copper patina for the second one I bought.
Cons : None.
Other Thoughts : This is a very carefully made, well-fitting cluster at a very reasonable price.
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