Green Garden Leaves Bevel Cluster

$32.95 USD
Item# GST109C
Availability: Expected to be available October 26, 2021. Subject to change. Pre-order now!

Product Features

  • Premium bevel design from Glassmith Studios
  • Green beveled glass with textured detail to give a realistic look
  • 6 glass leaves, each measuring 2" x 4-1/2"

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item: GST143C
item: 50031G
item: GST109

Product Description

Glassmith Studios Premium Bevel Cluster
With Glassmith Studios bevel clusters, the beauty is in the details. Gorgeous green colored bevels have textured marking to look like the vain inside the leaves. Each glass  leaf measures 2" wide and 4 1/2" tall. Cluster contains 6 pieces total. Wire not included. Find a pattern for this and other bevel clusters in "The Next Book," #6365.

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

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  •   Green Leave Bevel Shapes Custer Great with Plant R
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Pros : This product save time when building leafy plants and the bevel effect is great.
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Pros : beautiful
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Pros : I ordered these during one of the annual bevel sales. It was a long time before I got around to using them in a panel and I was blown away by how pretty they were in the finished piece. They are very well made, a beautiful shade of green. They're just....well, amazing!
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