Clear Round 25mm Faceted Jewel

$4.95 USD
Item# 5430
Availability: Expected to be available November 27, 2020. Subject to change. Pre-order now!

  • Features a gem-cut multi-faceted surface
  • Popular as an accent in traditional English designs
  • A stunning focal point in abstracts or when paired with bevels
  • 25mm diameter

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Dazzle with Jewels!
Featuring a gem-cut multi-faceted surface, these glass jewels imported from Germany are an excellent way to dress up your designs. Popular as an accent in traditional English designs, they also make a stunning focal point in abstracts or when paired with bevels. Metric conversion: 25mm = 1 inch. Each jewel sold separately. Available in other colors.

Delphi Tip: This 25mm (one inch) round facet clear jewel is perfectly sized to use as angel heads with many clusters and pre-cut kits.

Stained glass projects by artist Rhonda Meredith. From Delphi's Online Artist Gallery.

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Pros : Makes beautiful angel heads that sparkle in the light!
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