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Bullseye Mega 45 Lb. Glass Pack - 90 COE

Price $557.95
Your Savings: - $58.00
Your Price: $499.95 USD
Item# B8359
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  • Just the right assortment for to stock up your fusing workshop!
  • Includes transparents, opalescents, irids, collage, and curious fusible glass
  • Each piece of glass is individually labeled for easy reference
  • Approximately 45 lbs., 30 square feet of assorted 90 COE glass

Product Description

Save More with the Mega Pack!
Stock up your fusing workshop with this fun assortment! This colorful mix of fusible Bullseye transparents, opalescents, irids, collage, and curious fusible glasses. All glass is Bullseye compatible for fusing. 90 COE.

Approximately 45 lbs., 30 square feet of COE 90 glass. Each pack contains approximately 45 pieces (10" x 10") OR 38 pieces (5" x 10") and 25 pieces (10" x 10").  

All glass is clearly marked with item numbers for easy reordering. There are no extra boxing charges for glass packs. Photo is one example. Actual glass may vary from photo.

Tray and sconce images below courtesy of Bullseye Glass Co. Sculpture from "Fuse It" book #6679; artist: Petra Kaiser. "Matrix" plate by artist Michelle Rial. From Delphi's Online Artist Gallery.

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  •   NICE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Other Thoughts : Putting a color tag on the strikers would be a big help
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  •   Nice selection
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Pros : The selection is quite nice. Pieces are well-packed and labeled.
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Other Thoughts : Quick way to expand color palette. Bought several of these over the years and have never been disappointed.
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Pros : Great buy, glass came packaged very well, no chips or breaks!
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Other Thoughts : Very worth buying
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