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Wissmach 150 Piece Mini Crate Glass Pack

$499.95 USD
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The Wissmach Glass Company was established in 1910 and has made over 1000 different colors of stained glass. It is ideal for creating antique, Victorian and English traditional designs. It is popular with beginner to advanced glass artisans not only because of its economical price and beautiful color, but also because it is easy-to-cut. This factory pack includes a broad range of cathedrals, 2-5 color opal mixes and curious colors. 150 pieces, 8" x 10" each.

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

Projects below from "English Muffle Book of Designs" book and "Beyond Beginnings" book #6101.

Lighthouse panel by artist Sarah Miller from Delphi's Online Artist Gallery.

NOTE: This item can not be shipped through FedEx.

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5 out of 5 stars
  •   Great selection!
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Pros : Received my case today and I'm so excited! A rainbow of colors, clears, whispies. Will def buy again. Only a couple didn't make it in shipping and I'll use those for mosaic. Great value!
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Other Thoughts : My 9 year old son loves the crate they came in - it will be repurposed for some sort of boy invention, I'm sure!
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4 out of 5 stars
  •   Good price
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Pros : Nice glass for the price, cuts and works well
Cons : not a great assortment and a few sheets were broken
Other Thoughts : for the money it is a great starter batch and I have used some of every color in my crate
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4 out of 5 stars
  •   Starter glass, good buy
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Pros : So I bought this pack and a second crate for starter glass, where color/type isnt important as much as having SOMETHING. And in that it's a great starter set, and all easy to store.
Cons : Lots oft he same color. I think I have enough red to last a lifetime. But there was a sizable amount of other colors too
Other Thoughts : I used this crate as storage under my desk when done, for all the extra glass (red) when i had my shelves were full.
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