1 Lb Dichroic Combo Scrap - 96 COE

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  • Premium Dichroic coatings from CBS and Austin Thin Films
  • Ideal for creating jewelry and adding dichroic accents to fused projects
  • A great way to sample a variety of dichroic glass
  • 96 COE

Product Description

Create with the beauty of dichro with the ease of a scrap pack!  Dichroic Combo Scrap Pack includes a 1 lb assortment of CBS and Austin Thin Films dichroic glass in a variety of colors, patterns and textures.  Includes pieces coated on both clear and black.  All glass is 96 COE.

There are no extra boxing charges for glass packs. Photo is one example, assortments will vary.

Supplies are limited. Order early for best selection. All sales of clearance items are final.

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Pros : Some nice pieces
Cons : Over half were of the same gold pieces??
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Pros : I cannot say enough good things about the combo scrap packs. I get the opportunity to try new dichro glass that I may have never considered before. The variety is always outstanding and the amount of each style allows me to create several different projects to really test the workability of each piece
Cons : The only cons I can think of is me not having enough money to buy more dichro combo packs, but these packs bring real dichro variety into my reach on my budget
Other Thoughts : The larger the pack the more variety you get and there is never too much of just one style. Love these combo packs
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