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3/4" Iridized Glass Tiles Value Mix - 1 Lb

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$16.95 USD
Item# 426310
Expected to be in stock Oct 31, 2017

Product Features

  • Light color tiles feature lustrous iridescent coatings that shimmer in the light
  • Uniform shape and size are ideal for creating mosaic designs
  • 3/4" Square tiles feature a textured reverse side for secure bond to adhesives
  • 1 lb Assortment contains approximately 150 tiles, covers about 96 square inches

Product Description

Light bounces off iridized tiles in a beautiful shimmer. Imagine these mixes as a stunning background on your mosaic fountains, birdbaths, planters, patio tables, even walls and pools!

Square tiles measure 3/4" and are about 1/8" thick. Packaged in a 1 lb bag containing about 150 tiles each. Covers approximately 96 sq inches. Product may very slightly from image.

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