Clear Textured Autumn

Unit Size* Price Qty 
medium 13" x 14" $33.65 USD
large 14" x 26" $67.25


Item# M4056
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Product Features

  • Good for Stained Glass Projects
  • Easy to Cut
  • Consistent Pattern and Texture

Product Description

Clear textured glass, sometimes called architectural glass, can add incredible depth and beauty to your home. Textures, ranging from subtle to dramatic, add privacy, movement, and create ambiance in designs like nothing else. Most commonly used in cabinets and entryways, clear textures can be used to add dazzling appeal to panels, sun catchers and more! Use alone or in combination with other textures and colors to create a stunning piece of glass art.

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

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Pros : Subtle, unique and very cool. Love the detail and texture. The photo doesn't do it justice.
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  •   Unusual glass, but very thick
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Pros : Perfect background glass to a trio of bird-on-a-branch panels I completed.
Cons : Glass is very thick and frankly, difficult to cut by hand. Thickness of glass somewhat affected the look of the foil on other pieces.
Other Thoughts : Used my Omni saw to cut more complicated areas. Glass looks great for background as described above.
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  •   hard to work with
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Pros : Very pretty, ornate design.
Cons : Portions with the detail were very thick, it was difficult to use lead came around the border of my project.
Other Thoughts : Somewhat more difficult to break in a straight line as compared to other architectural glass types
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