1-3/4" x 3" Diamond Double Bevel

$2.05 USD
Item# 5225DB
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Product Features

  • Slanted edges refract light into a rainbow of colors
  • Beveled glass creates beautiful sparkles of light
  • A great way to add shimjmering interest to your panel
  • 1-3/4" x 3" diamond double bevel


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. Using bevels in windows, doors, and suncatchers is very popular, but don't forget about other applications like candleholders and boxes. Augment your project with bevels, sit back, and catch the rays!

Panel below created by Delphi Artist Brooke Groff. Butterfly panel by artist Holly Stedman from Delphi's Online Artist Gallery.

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Pros : Absolutely beautiful bevel. I received my bevels in pristine condition and they are sooooooo pretty in my finished work. I only wish Delphi would carry a larger assortment so I could use more of them.
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Other Thoughts : I am a new loyal customer and will always turn to Delphi for all my glass needs - Thanks Delphi!!
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