Blue & Green Grapes Bevel Cluster

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Item# GST104C
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Product Features

  • Premium bevel cluster from Glassmith Studios
  • Green and blue colored bevels, 16 pieces total
  • 6-1/2" x 6-1/2", use for projects both large and small


Product Description

Glassmith Studios Premium Bevel Cluster
Capture the essence and beauty of nature in sparkling beveled designs with GST. This blue and green grape cluster is 6-1/2" x 6-1/2", made up of 16 hand-cut and beveled pieces. The subtle color and artful design will bring realism and elegance to your art.

Looking for a free pattern?
Click on "View User Manual" to download the pattern to complete the project as shown at left below. Enlarge pattern to fit the size of the cluster. Pattern designed by Glassmith Studios, and available by permission on DelphiGlass.com.
The second project featured below is from "Northern Lights" book #6315. Want even more great patterns that beautifully use bevels? Check out Delphi's wide variety of books by Glassmith Studios and other artists. Search "bevel book" on DelphiGlass.com.

Delphi makes it easy!
See what glass and other supplies our Delphi Experts recommend for this project in our Project Supply List.

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

Images below courtesy of Glassmith Studios.

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  •   Lovely Grape Cluster
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Pros : Nicely cut bevels. Top quality. This company makes the most gorgeous bevels. The colors are subtle and will complement any combination of glass surrounding the bevels.
Cons : The tinting could be a bit more robust, but that shouldn't deter you from using this beautiful cluster.
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  •   Fading Glory
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Pros : The bevel quality of the grapes (of which there are 10) and grape leaves (there are six) are indeed alive with movement. They truly do glisten in the light; even at a somewhat profile view, they can make a glass panel quite the show piece.
Cons : Select carefully. The blue grapes and green leaves are at BEST, tinted! The color component leaves much to be desired. In fact, in direct or strong sunlight, all color completely washes out, with no discernable color quality whatsoever. So don't order, thinking you're going to have this showcase of rich, jeweltone glass grapes and leaves. The bevel quality is there, absolutely, but I was very disappointed at the near lack of color. When building upon the enclosed pattern, it may appear that the blues and greens appear strong, but just wait until you've completed the panel and hold it up to the light. You'll be wondering where the color went . . . !!
Other Thoughts : Despite the very weak tint to the grapes and leaves, the grape and leaf cluster still do add a nice quality to any panel. And certainly anyone that were to receive it as a gift will be truly entranced with it, as non-glass workers find the whole end result magical, and won't have any preconceived notions of what was expected beforehand. And, too, the best part is you get a terrific pattern, and you can always make another panel with your own choice of glass; try using just clear bevels as a surrounding outside boarder--they do frame and dress the panel up nicely!
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