Fuseworks Fusible Glass Kit - 90 COE

$64.95 USD
Item# 426105
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Product Features

  • Get a huge variety of 90 COE fusible glass in one convenient package
  • Includes extra of the glass you'll use most: get 3 pieces of clear, 3 pieces of white
  • Glass is made in the U.S.A.


Product Description

Huge Variety in one Convenient Pack!
Includes 14 pieces of sheet glass, 3 white, 3 clear, and 8 assorted colors, measuring 4" x 4". Pack also includes assorted colors of 2 oz frits, 1 oz bag of dichroic scrap, 2 oz of variety bits and pieces, 2 oz of assorted stringers measuring and an 18" square of 1/16" fiber paper.  A wonderfully convenient way to build a fusible color palette! Ideal for the beginner, for experimentation, or jewelry projects. Glass is made in the U.S.A. 90 COE.

There are no extra boxing charges for glass packs. Photo is one example. Actual glass may vary from photo.

Image courtesy of Diamond Tech.

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