Glass Boxes Finishing Kit

$16.95 USD
Item# 49210
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Product Features

  • Self-Adhesive Clear Rubber Feet
  • 1/16" Brass Rods
  • 3/32" Brass Tubes
  • Nickel Ball Chain


Product Description

exclusive Make Your Own Glass Boxes
Stained glass boxes are a favorite project of Delphi customers. They are quick and simple to make, and incredibly useful around your home and office. Plus they are a great way to use up scrap glass! By customer request we have created this finishing kit to make completing your glass box easy. Includes enough brass tubes, rods, box feet and chain to make up to 5 boxes. A Delphi Exclusive!


First project image shown made by artist Stephanie Braman. Second project image shown is made by Rainbow Vision Stained Glass from "Making Stained Glass Boxes" #6684. Third project image from "Bead Chain Boxes, Mirrors and Displays" book #6610. Forth and fifth Boxes created by artist Steena Gaut. Sixth box by artist Wesley Wong From Delphi's Online Artist Gallery.  Sixth box created by artist Jeff Hollingsworth. From Delphi's Online Artist Gallery.

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Pros : Putting everything in a kit is easier than looking all over for the right metal rods that fit together. Especially if you are a first timer.
Cons : No instructions. If you have never used this before, then it takes a bit to figure it out.
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Pros : Brass tubing is the best hinge material I've found. It's sturdy and easy to solder unto copper foil and makes a beautifully finished look.
Cons : Just remember to put wooden toothpicks in the ends of the tubing before soldering to keep the holes open.
Other Thoughts : Small needle nose pliers work best for bending the insertion rods, as they make nice crisp right angles.
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