MLW Galaxy Mirror

Unit Size* Price Qty 
small 5.75" x 5.75" $10.35 USD
medium 5.75" x 11.5"
$20.65
sale $15.95
large 11.5" x 11.5"
$41.25
sale $32.95

Item# ML229
In Stock Usually ships in 1 to 2 business days.

Product Features

  • Reflective glass in vibrant hues will add a pop of color to any project
  • Each piece is unique - no two pieces will be the same
  • Good for mosaic projects
  • Good for stained glass projects
  • Piece sizes are approximate

Product Description

Bring your next project to life with unique, reflective glass in vibrant colors and patterns. The mirror backing and metallic finish create a stunning combination that will add a dramatic accent to your next mosaic or stained glass wall panel, box or more.

Color designs are applied to glass surface and withstand normal handling, cutting and nipping; but may be removed by sandblasting or engraving for one-of-a-kind art. For best results, do not submerge or use harsh chemicals on glass surface.

Exact color, pattern and designs vary in this exciting glass. Piece sizes are approximate.

Second image shows a close up of the pattern, third image shows the coating on the back of the glass. Delphi recommends using Mirror Edge Sealant to prevent flux and patina from corroding mirror backing.

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

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Pros : Unique!
Cons : Wish it was less expensive?
Other Thoughts : I purchased several of the MLW mirror variations and maybe I was just lucky, but every single one was as fantastic as I had hoped. I could not have picked out prettier pieces if I had come in myself. Thanks!
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  •   Beautiful and unique
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Pros : Beautiful glass, unique color pattern from this manufacturer. Even thickness
Cons : Nothing I would call a con
Other Thoughts : It reflects light well, but it isn't comparable to a vanity mirror type of mirror; Expect something more like Spectrum Silvercoats, you can see your reflection clearly enough to do hair but you have to stare for a moment!
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