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Oceanside Rack Pack Glass Pack

$349.95 USD
In Stock Usually ships in 3-7 days by truck.

  • Eighty 12" x 12" pieces of easy-to-cut glass
  • Get a wide variety of colors!
  • At least 25% premium glass in every case
  • No boxing fees. Ships via truck.

Product Description

Case of eighty 12" x 12" glass sheets. Features a wide variety of colors, hand-selected at the Oceanside factory. There are no more than 5 pieces of the same glass, so you have just enough of a single glass to complete a project, while still enjoying a diverse selection. Each pack contains at least 25% premium glass, some non-standard colors, and some traditional favorites. 145 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. Photo is one example. Actual glass may vary from photo.

Elephant Project courtesy of Spectrum Glass, by EvaMarie Volkmann. Half round window by artist Gene Koranda. Tiger project by artist Aruna Upadhya, from Delphi's Online Artist Gallery.

NOTE: This item can not be shipped through FedEx.

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Product Details

  • 12" x 12" glass sheets
  • 145 lbs

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5 out of 5 stars
  •   Spectrum Rack Glass Pack
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Pros : My shipment contained a nice array of colors, was packed well, and arrived quickly. This price is unbeatable, and I have spent hours going to different stores and comparing prices online.
Cons : I didn't really care for the clear glass that came with the shipment but since it is a random selection I understood I would be getting pieces that I didn't really care for. I can still use them, however.
Other Thoughts : I bought this pack to create a stock of art to open an Etsy store and this product was a great choice for that.
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  •   Good variety at a Great price!
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Pros : My crate contained 3-5 sheets of each color/texture, including a wonderful variety of opals, streakies, cathedrals and a few opaques; extremely well packaged, with no damage but a few very tiny chips
Cons : Don't buy a crate if you want a specific color spectrum; I wanted background shades but was thrilled with what I received: fewer than a third of these pieces will be "just background colors" for me!
Other Thoughts : If your expectations are sane, the price per square foot is reason enough to give this a five star rating!
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  •   Good choice for classes
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Pros : This is a good selection for classes, and at a good price. It might not be the best choice for individual artists, but for student needs, it's perfect, giving us a wide range for the money.
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