1 Lb CBS Textures Dichroic Scrap - 90 COE

$120.95 USD
Item# 64090
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Product Features

  • Dichroic glass adds excitement and interest to your glass art
  • A great way to try out a variety of textures in one easy pack
  • Perfect for jewelry artists or to add accents to a larger piece
  • Sold in 1 lb packages; 90 COE


Product Description

CBS Dichroic Glass. Dynamic, alluring and almost magical, dichroic glass will add a new dimension to your next visual art project! Dichroic glass energizes, compels and captivates - it is an amazing material that adds color and intrigue to art glass. Dichroic creates a dazzling rainbow of colors that changes right before your eyes: just view it at different angles, backgrounds and lighting.

Scrap Pack includes 1 lb of textured dichroic glass in assorted, shapes, sizes and coatings. 90 COE.
There are no extra boxing charges for glass packs. Photo is one example, assortments will vary.

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