Large Celtic Cross Bevel Cluster

$15.95 USD
Item# 443152
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Product Features

  • Let the light shine in - the slanted edges of the bevels refract light into a rainbow of colors
  • Perfect size for windows or suncatchers
  • Hand crafted bevel cluster
  • Bevel measures 5-3/4" x 9-1/8" - 8 pieces


Product Description

Create a beautiful beveled panel, door, transom, or window. Excellent for fund raisers and to create church windows. Clear bevel cluster measures 5-3/4" x 9-1/8". Eight pieces.

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  •   Nice Cross Cluster
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Pros : Fits well. I cut inner quarter circles for extra support.
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  •   Simply Impressive
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Pros : Quality bevel kit, easy to use, fits well, not difficult.
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Other Thoughts : I use a Sun-Burst background with lead-lines that run through the square tips of the ends of the cross, plus other Sun-Burst lines to balance the piece and create "pop", as home interior decorators like to say. Add a row of 1" rectangular bevels and another row of complimentary color & texture glass and you have a mid-sized masterpiece. This is a great project to create as a gift.
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