Wall Mounting Device

$10.95 USD
Item# 63920
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  • Use with stained glass panels and fused glass art
  • Hang custom sizes
  • Contains: One unit with wrench and cover plate


Product Description

This mirror finish stainless steel wall fixture is a quick and attractive way to mount and display glass panels on walls. 1-1/4" diameter, features 1/2" channel for art, providing 7/16" stand-off from the wall. Sold individually.

Wall mounting device is a 1-1/4" mountable, mirror finish steel cylinder that easily mounts to walls using screws or molly bolts (not included). Seating 1/2" slots have hidden adjustable set screws under a removable cover for securing glass art in place. Contains: One unit with wrench and cover plate.

Frit project images courtesy of Aanraku Studios. Stained glass panel by artist Steena Gaut. Copper leaf project made by Delphi Artist and Instructor Roy Kapp. Fused Texture project image courtesy of Creative Paradise.

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Pros : Very professional looking, for glass mountings, gives it the art gallery look.
Cons : Channel way to wide, wish that mounting screw hole was off center. Bought stick on felt pads to take up for the width.
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Pros : I love the concept of hanging fused, leaded or copper foil projects without hangers or wire. These are very well made and pretty
Cons : The channel is way too wide for a stained glass panel or fused panel, even using the set screw. We had to use scraps of old leather on both sides.
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