Oceanside Wine Tasting Glass Pack - 96 COE

$87.95 USD
Item# X5822
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  • Inspired by our favorite red and white wines
  • Ideal for stained glass and fusing projects
  • Create with a stunning warm color palette
  • Contains 8 pieces measuring approximately 8" x 8"
  • Tested for fusing - 96 COE

Product Description

Love wine? Then this is the perfect pack for you! Create with stunning hand-picked colors inspired by our favorite red and white wines in a variety of styles including streakies and textures. Pack contains eight pieces of 8" x 8" glass. 96 COE.

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.

Fused wine plater from Delphi's Online Artist Gallery. Fused Wine table by artist Alex Fresch. Wine door by artist Steven Kaczmarek. Wine panel by artist Rita Schroeder. Got wine project from Delphi's Online Artist Gallery.

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  •   I don’t do wine but….
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Pros : These colors are amazing! You very seldom get anything close to pink in 96 COE. I’m in love!
Cons : None
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3 out of 5 stars
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Pros : Arrived in good time and in good condition.
Cons : Colors were bland. Non of the purples had and wispy streaks, as shown. Nothing even close to the pinkish hues shown.
Other Thoughts : I have been happy with delphi, but I hate trying to find fusible colors online.
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Pros : Colors are amazing, no bubbles or warps in any way! Love these gorgeous colors
Cons : Non seen
Other Thoughts : I am in love with the glass I got from you guys. Thank you so much!
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