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Kokomo Pony Crate Glass Pack

Price $384.95
Your Savings: - $50.00
Your Price: $334.95 USD
Item# KPONY
In Stock Usually ships in 3-7 days by truck.

  • An amazing assortment of glass – 50 pieces (16" x 18" each) 100 sq ft total
  • Includes 50 pieces of rich single colors and multi-color mixes
  • Truck shipment only - 185 lbs
  • Made in the USA


Product Description

A $1,031 Value - Save $801!
Create with the same luxuriant palette of glass that inspired Tiffany. Case contains 50 pieces of rich single colors and multi-color mixes ranging from pristine cathedrals, to unique textures, and milky opaques. Each 16" x 18" piece was hand-selected at the Kokomo factory. 100 sq. ft. of glass. 185 lbs.

NOTE: Item is 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 : This was a heck of a lot of fun to open. All pieces arrived safely and I bought this and one other crate for a starter set of glass where I ddidn't rewlly need anything, because I needed everything.
Cons : The selection here was great. Shipping via truck is pricey, but understanably so, the truck arrived and just had my stuff on it.. When you consider that, that's pretty good. Te guy unloaded and put them in the garage by my door so i could open the crates and empty them outised before making a mess of my shop.
Other Thoughts : Once I unloaded this crate, i flipped it over and added wheels to the bottom, then put this crate under my desk and put the glass back in, instant storage!
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