Bullseye Southwest Splendor Value Glass Pack - 90 COE

Price $73.95
Your Savings: - $30.95
Your Price: $43.00 USD   (42% Off)
Item# 4068F
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Product Features

  • A huge variety of fusible glass
  • Eight pieces of Bullseye glass, approximately 5" x 8" each
  • Picture shown is one example; each value pack is unique
  • Random assortment of 90 COE glass

Product Description

Create with a beautiful assortment of fsouthwest inspired hues. Each value pack is filled with a unique assortment of glass that may include transparent, opalescent, double rolled, iridized and more. A great way to get a random sampling of tested compatible glass, this pack has something for every project. Glass pieces may feature rolled edges as shown in additional images. Contains 8 pieces, approximately 5" x 8" each. 90 COE.

Each value pack is unique; pictures shown are examples of what your pack might include. Actual glass may vary from photo.

There are no extra boxing charges for glass packs. 

Potted Cactus fused art by artist Greta Schneider of Copper Creek Glass. Cacti pendant by artist Roxanne Coffelt. Cacti suncatcher by artist Lisa Stanbury. Projects from Delphi's Online Artist Gallery.


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Cons : thought each pack would be different not the case, ordered 2 packs and both had the exact same glass and NO fractured streamer in either Very disappointing
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Pros : All the pieces arrived quickly and intact
Cons : The variety leaves much to be desired. I should have read the fine print that stated each pack is unique. No streaky or stringers. Really odd assortment of colors. I'm going to keep it even though it didn't reflect the photos. Buyer beware on "Value" packs.
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Pros : Just the right size for secondary colors
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Other Thoughts : Glass packs are like a box of chocolates. You never know what you will get. With the exception of mineral green, this time all of my pieces are very popular colors and transparent. I have never used mineral green but I will figure out something to do with it. I am a happy camper. Excellent!
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