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Kokomo Colt Case Glass Pack

Price $649.95
Your Savings: - $50.00
Your Price: $599.95 USD
In Stock Usually ships in 3-7 days by truck.

Product Features

  • An amazing assortment of glass – 75 pieces (12" x 12" each) 75 sq ft total
  • Includes 25 each of opals, cathedrals and streakies
  • Truck shipment only - 140 lbs
  • Made in the USA

Product Description

75 Sheets of Authentic Kokomo Stained Glass
Receive a full artist's palette of stained glass colors, textures and transparencies in one pack. Case includes 25 opals, 25 cathedrals and 25 streakies. Each sheet measures 1 sq ft. 75 sq ft total. 140 lbs.

Create with the same high quality glass used by Louis Tiffany. Kokomo Opalescent Glass is still made in America. It is produced in Kokomo, Indiana just as it has been for 120 years.

This item is weighs over 100 lbs. and can not be shipped via FedEx. Truck shipment or store pickup only. Delphi receives competitive freight costs. Contact us for a quote.

There are no extra boxing charges for glass packs. Factory Pack image is an example, glass may vary.

NOTE: This item can not be shipped through FedEx.

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Pros : Great selection, this was my one of my first purchases. I have done a lot of projects with this collection. The price for the amount of glass you get is great.
Cons : A lot of earthy colored pieces, wish it a few more bright colors.
Other Thoughts : You take your chances with what colors you get when you buy in bulk like this, but for the most part I haven't been let down.
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Pros : This is such an awesome deal. We picked up the crate and took it right home to look. I love Kokomo glass anyway, and this was like a great Christmas present, we oohed and aahed at all the pieces. The variety was better than I expected. They also gave me extras of some colors, some up to four sheets and premium colors, but I think I would have preferred some variety there. Like more of their streakies, but overall I am very very pleased with this crate of glass. It's very well packaged and all the pieces, except one were intact!
Cons : The only con I can possibly think of is the weight. We had to get another vehicle and make two trips, one to buy and another to pick it up. It is too heavy to pick it up packed, so we had to unload it and then move it inside, then I had to repack it into my car.
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