Oceanside Stained Glass 10 Piece Value Pack

$99.95 USD
Item# 8001
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Product Features

  • Get a variety of colors, textures and transparencies at one low price!
  • Each Oceanside Value Glass Pack is unique
  • 10 pieces of glass, 12" x 12" each

Product Description

Stock up on stained glass in large 12" square pieces and get amazing savings with an Oceanside Value Pack. Contains 10 different colors, each cut in huge 12" x 12" pieces. Includes a variety of transitional, curious, and standard colors. May include wispy, textured, opalescent glass as well as an iridescent. Every Oceanside Value Glass Pack is unique!

There are no extra boxing charges for glass packs. Photo is one example. Actual glass may vary from photo.
 

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