Wissmach Variety Glass Pack - 90 COE

Price $47.95
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Product Features

  • Enjoy clarity and consistent color at an economy price
  • Smooth glass is easy to cut and minimizes bubbles during fusing
  • Convenient 8" x 8" pieces are perfect for projects large and small
  • 90 COE

Product Description

A Great Assortment at an Excellent Value!
Sample the subtle color and smooth texture of Wissmach fusible glass. Glass is easy to cut, making it an exceptional choice for beginners and advanced artists alike. Pack includes 8 pieces, 8" x 8" each. 90 COE.

Pack contains a mix of opal and transparent glass. There are no extra boxing charges for glass packs. Photo is one example. Actual glass may vary from photo.

Artist Dinah Ihle combined 90 COE dichroic and iridescent glass with Wissmach 90 COE to create the brilliant fused plate shown in additional images

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