Spectrum Harmony Pearl Opal

Unit Size* Price Qty 
medium 12" x 12" $22.95 USD
large 16" x 24" $61.15

Item# S606981
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  • Perfect for beginners - easy to cut
  • Spectrum Pearl Opals combine a series of colors to create unique semi-opaque
  • Glass is machine rolled for a consistent pattern and smooth surface texture
  • Ideal for stained glass and mosaic projects

Product Description

Create gorgeous stained glass projects with Spectrum's unique Pearl Opals. These stunning color mixes are perfect for those special projects that require dynamic color combinations. Harmony Pearl Opal fills the yellow-pink slot within the Peal Opal line from Spectrum Glass. Combining pink, yellow and clear over the soft pearl opal base, this glass is perfect for sunrises and floral applications. Pearl opals have a soft, semi-granite Corsica texture on one side.

Glass made with multiple colors can have some variations of the color mixtures.

Project created by artist Catherine Baranski. From Delphi's Online Artist Gallery.

Photo above is a general representation of glass colors. Colors may vary. Sizes are Approximate.

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Pros : Beautiful colors, easy to cut, the "corsica" glass texture gives unexpected depth to it
Cons : The different pearl opal colors are not all available yet. I look forward to their return
Other Thoughts : The pink/yellow Harmony is wonderful for flower panels.
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