Assorted Glass Nuggets - 3 Lbs

$34.95 USD
Item# 4252723
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  • 3 lb Assortment in a variety of colors
  • Includes small, medium and large gems
  • Transparent and opal glass
  • Great for mosaics and stained glass projects

Product Description

Glass Nuggets Accentuate Your Projects
Three pound assortment of multi-colored and multi-sized glass gems. Vibrantly colored glass gems in an assortment of colors - perfect for suncatchers and mosaic projects! Approximate size: Small nuggets (1/4" - 1/2"); Medium nuggets (1/2" - 5/8"); Large nuggets (15/16" - 1-3/8"). Over 500 pieces. 

Delphi Tip: Foil nuggets easily and quickly with the Nugget / Jewel Foiler #4948.

Sunburst projects above from "Sunseekers," book #6266. Stained Glass project by artist Walter Luyks. From Delphi's Online Artist Gallery. 

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Pros : Color assortment was okay
Cons : but for the project I was working on the size of the nuggets mostly tiny presented a problem in the color scheme.
Other Thoughts : Definitely would not buy again for a bevel star project, but could be useful in other projects.
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