Oceanside Outrageous Orchid Glass Pack - 96 COE

Price $77.95
Your Savings: - $16.00
Your Price: $61.95 USD   (21% Off)
Item# X4322
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  • Get an exotic assortment of purple glass
  • Smooth glass is easy to cut and minimizes bubble entrapment
  • Includes eight fantastic purple pieces of glass measuring 8" x 8" each
  • Pack contains a combination of transparent and specialty opal glass
  • 96 COE

Product Description

exclusive If you're passionate about purple, this pack is for you! Indulge in an assortment of fusible glass that combines the luxurious richness of purple hues. From exotic orchids to colorful sunsets, this pack brings a dramatic note to any project. Pack contains a combination of transparent and specialty opal glass. Glass images shown are back-lit; transparent colors may appear darker in different light. 

Includes 8 colors of quality Oceanside Compatible glass measuring 8" x 8" each. A Delphi Exclusive!

Photo is one example. Actual glass may vary from photo.

Fused floral panel by artist Steph Pillinger of Blue Rider Arts Ltd. from Delphi's Online Artist Gallery, fused glass plate by artist Marlene Vitek of Delphi's Online Artist Gallery. 


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  •   Beautiful glass but some concerns
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Pros : Colors are stunning and is a great deal.
Cons : There's a strange textured line down one of the pieces that I'll have to work around.
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Pros : Beautiful range of purples. I can’t wait to use it!
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