Clear Texture / Architectural Glass Pack

$44.95 USD
Item# 5367
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  • Clear textures are a perfect accent or background to any design
  • Glass is individually labeled to make reordering simple
  • Glass pieces measure 8" x 8"

Product Description

Create with wonderful clear textures, also referred to as architectural glass. Clear glass matches any decorating scheme! Ideal for background pieces, cabinet and door inserts, and more. Pack includes 8 different textures, each piece is about 8" x 8".

All glass is clearly marked with item numbers for easy reordering. There are no extra boxing charges for glass packs. Photo is one example. Actual glass may vary from photo.

Cabinet door insert by artist George Ayars. Clear textures panel by artist Christine Kellmann Stevenson, from "Creative Stained Glass". The circle and square styled panel is from "Beveled Glass For Your Home" book #5977. Dragonfly panel by artist Debi McCullough, from Delphi's Online Artist Gallery.  

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  •   Beautiful glass
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Pros : Combines well with bevels Pack enough for large project
Cons : Not enough variety in pack Variety in thickness a bit of a challenge
Other Thoughts : Overall love the pack and value. Packed and shipped very securely
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  •   Great glass pack
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Pros : This glass pack is great for many glass projects and the variety of textures is excellent.
Cons : I wish the size was 12" x 12". More is better.
Other Thoughts : This pack is a great value.
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