Bullseye Some Like It Hot Glass Pack - 90 COE

Price $79.95
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Item# 5843
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  • Add vibrant colors to your glass art
  • Good for stained glass, mosaics and fusing
  • 8 pieces, 5" x 8" each
  • Includes striker glass - color will mature when fired
  • 90 COE


Product Description

Sizzling Hot Colors
A brilliant selection of reds, oranges, yellows and pinks are combined to create this bold pack. Contains 8 pieces, 5" x 8" each. Good for stained glass, mosaics and fusing. 90 COE.

Note:
 Pack includes strikers. Glass color shifts when fired.

Glass pieces are marked with item numbers for easy reordering. Pricing includes boxing charge. Photo is one example; actual glass may vary. Sizes are approximate.

Dove pendant by artist Olga Kamayeva. Abstract sun in stand by artist Onno Mattheus. Butterfly project by Gil Stebbins. "Secret Garden" mosaic by artist Yulia Hanansen. "Tulip Time" stained glass panel by artist Sandy Watson. All from Delphi's Online Artist Gallery.



 

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