1/2" Gold Tapestry Mirror Tiles - 30 Pieces

Price $5.95
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Item# 425556
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Product Features

  • Mosaic mirror tiles add pizzazz to any project
  • Special mirror coating prevents de-silvering for long lasting projects
  • 1/2" Size allows you to create intricate designs
  • Piece counts are approximate

Product Description

Bold in Color, Gold Tapestry Mirror Tiles Make any Project Pop!
The special mirror coating on the back of the gold tapestry mirror tiles prevents de-silvering for long-lasting projects. The small 1/2" size allow you to create intricate patterns easily. 1.1 oz package, contains approximately 30 pieces.

Project below by artist Dayton Allen.

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Pros : Meaning, there is more depth to the color/texture variation.
Cons : Wish they came in a "value sized" quantity!
Other Thoughts : These tiles are excellent for mixing in designs where you want some reflective and some translucent (such as a candle holder or lamp)
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