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Oceanside Double Rolled Clear - 90 COE

Unit Size* Price Qty 
small 8" x 8" $7.15 USD
medium 12" x 12" $15.95
large 16" x 24" $46.55
sheet 24" x 48" $63.75


Standard shipping requires 'sheet' size to be cut into 3 large pieces
Item# U630090
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Product Features

  • Easy to Cut
  • Machine rolled for exceptional clarity and smooth surface
  • 90 COE

Product Description

This ultra-smooth clear is easy to score and break, producing an ideal base or top layer for fused art. 3mm thick. A Delphi fusing favorite! Oceanside fusible glass is tested 90 COE compatible. This smooth flat glass is easy to cut offers exceptional resistance to surface devitrification. Glass is machine rolled to be ultra smooth. 90 COE.

Snowman project created by artist Stephanie Murphy. Polar Bear project created by artist Dina Myers. Pink Panther by artist Lita Cooper. Fused vase by artist Gil Stebbins. All from Delphi's Online Artist Gallery.

 

Photo above is a general representation of glass colors. Colors may vary. Sizes are Approximate.

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Pros : This should be the glass you buy for capping. It is awesome.
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  •   My favorite clear glass
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Pros : Great clear glass... Absolutely my favorite!
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  •   uroboros double rolled clear
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Pros : Beautiful, clear, delicious glass. Fused wonderfully.
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Other Thoughts : Easy to cut; a great utilitarian glass.
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