Soaring Eagle Glue Chip Bevel Cluster

Price $249.95
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Item# GST10
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  • Realistic outdoor design from Glassmith Studios
  • Bevel measures 31" wide and 9-1/4" tall, 39 pieces
  • "Jack Frost" texture provides more privacy than clear bevels
  • Download a free pattern to use for your project!

Product Description

Glassmith Studios Premium Bevel Cluster
Create a stunning project with this breathtaking bevel cluster. Some bevels in the wings are made with glue chip glass to add a more realistic texture. Eagle bevel cluster is 31" wide and 9-1/4" tall. 39 pieces total.

Looking for a free pattern?
Click on "View User Manual" to download a pattern that incorporates this bevel cluster. Enlarge pattern to fit the size of the cluster. Pattern designed by Glassmith Studios, and available by permission on

Want even more great patterns that beautifully use bevels? Find patterns for this and other popular GTS clusters in "Northern Lights" (item #6315).

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

Image below courtesy of Glassmith Studios. Project from the Glassmith Studios pattern book "Work in Progress" (item# 6359).

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Pros : Fit together wonderfully and was truly stunning assembled.
Cons : The beak isn't perfect and I had to play with it to get it to look normal and not too small.
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  •   Absolutely Beautiful
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Pros : I did not have to grind one piece of this bevel cluster. I thought the lower beak looked a bit distorted but there was no wayy to change it and after it was in the piece it didn't look distorted at all! Loved it enough to buy a second one to put on consignment. I put it in a transom.
Cons : no cons whatsoever.
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