Bullseye Thin Basics Jewelers Glass Pack - 90 COE

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Perfect for Making Jewelry
The basics you need! Includes neutral background colors and 2 pieces each of clear, black and white glass. Pack contains 8 pieces, 4" x 5" each. Bullseye's thin glass is 1.6mm thick, making it ideal for layering and jewelry pieces. 90 COE.

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.

Rings created by artist Jayne Persico, from book "Innovative Adornments" #6294. Pendant and earrings created by artist Melanie Churchill.

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Pros : Nice group of basic colors for pendants, etc.
Cons : Wish they were labeled more clearly as to coe, for those of us that work with both 96 and 90. When you place a large order and include two coes it could get hairy to have to look it up on the website to make sure the two are separated in your workshop.
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