3/4" Opalescent Stained Glass Chip Assortment - 4 Lb Bulk

$49.95 USD
Item# 7973B
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  • Assorted opaque glass chips
  • Ideal for any mosaic application
  • Cut easily to create shapes and backgrounds
  • 4 lbs of assorted colors, approximately 600 chips


Product Description

Hand-cut 3/4" stained glass chips add variety to mosaic projects. Use chips alone, with stained glass or other mosaic materials. Bulk packs are excellent for creating backgrounds. Versatile chips can be used for both the direct method and the poured cement method. Easily nip into smaller pieces with Wheeled Glass Nippers #2039. Pack contains 4 pounds, approximately 600 chips. Colors may vary from image shown. 

 

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  • Product: 0.75 in x 0.75 in x 0.125 in
  • Package Dimensions: BULK - NOT PACKAGED FOR RETAIL
  • Weight: 4.1 lbs
  • UPC: 79436601361-2

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  •   love these chips!
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Pros : Great variety of colors! Nice quality glass!
Cons : none
Other Thoughts : I use lots of tiny pieces in my mosaics and these save me years of cutting. I also do projects with some local kids in the summer. These tiles, and also the cathedral and irid glass tiles are affordable and not too sharp to be used as-is, even for people who are new to glass projects.
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