Crystal Star Bevel Cluster

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$24.95 USD
Item# 89125
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Product Features

  • Beveled glass creates beautiful sparkles of light
  • Add detail and interest to your windows or doors
  • Can be configured in a variety of ways for a custom look
  • Measures 10-1/4" x 10-1/4", 12 pieces


Product Description

Hand crafted in the U.S., each bevel piece is cut and polished to create a fine quality cluster. Light is reflected and refracted by the bevel angle of the glass, creating a stunning prismatic effect in certain lighting conditions, and adding depth and elegance to any design.

This bevel cluster measures 10-1/4" x 10-1/4". 12 pieces.

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

Step-by-Step: Beyond Basic Bevel Design
1. Define your project borders and center lines on graph paper. Arrange bevel pieces.
2. For additional options try repositioning bevels. Add space in between to incorporate cut stained glass or additional bevels. You can even remove pieces to alter the design.
3. Once you find a pleasing design to fit your space carefully trace bevels, then add pattern lines for glass to complete the design.

First project image courtesy of Studio One. Second and thrid project by artist Olen Cullum of Cullum Design from Delphi's Online Artist Gallery.

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5 out of 5 stars
  •   Great quality bevel cluster
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Pros : Easy to prepare. Lines up perfectly. Can be used as a separate ornament with a hook or centered into a panel.
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Other Thoughts : I have made 4 of these and all are consistent in quality.
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  •   Round Star Bevel
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Pros : Received the cluster in good shape. Bevels are all defect free
Cons : Going to need to do quite a bit of grinding to get them to line up properly as the small bevels are not quite fitting.
Other Thoughts : I think it will be very pretty once it is all together. I am looking forward to finishing it.
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