9" Circle Frame Bevel Cluster

$38.95 USD
Item# MBR4
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Product Features

  • Slanted edges refract light into a rainbow of colors
  • Beveled glass creates beautiful sparkles of light
  • For a project that sparkles all the way to the edges
  • 9" outer diameter and a 6" inner diameter, 1-1/2" wide. 4 pieces.


Product Description

Let the light shine in!
The slanted edges of bevels refract light into a rainbow of colors -- both inside the glass, and onto your walls, floors and ceilings. Bevel cluster has a 9" outer diameter and a 6" inner diameter. All pieces are 1-1/2" wide. 4 pieces.

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

Baby booties panel by artist Lynn Love. Mandala project by artist Bruce Wetsel. Native American angel created by artist Janet Hastreiter. All from Delphi's Online Artist Gallery.

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Pros : This bevel cluster works perfectly for framing smaller pieces which need an extra dimension not necessarily executed in coloured glass. The inserted piece immediately pops into focus when framed with circle bevel.
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Other Thoughts : Would work wonders in coloured bevelled glass for the opposite effect - to frame picture made of textured clear glass...
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