Rainbow Light Seedy Transparents Glass Pack

$59.95 USD
Item# 5397
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Product Features

  • Create with all the colors of the rainbow
  • Glass is individually labeled to make reordering simple
  • Contains 8 pieces measuring 8" x 8" each

Available Substitutes

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Product Description

Kokomo cathedrals are easy-to-cut, single color, transparent glasses. Use this rainbow of colors to create a variety of suncatcher and panel projects. Excellent for beginners. Package contains 8 pieces, approximately 8" x 8" each.

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.

Color wheel panel by artist Jeanette Woodard, rainbow stained glass panel by artist Josephine Geiger from J.A. Geiger Studio, pinwheels panel by artist Ellen Blake of Obsidian Studio from Delphi's Online Artist Gallery. Pond project by artist Walter Hanlon. From Delphi's Online Artist Gallery.

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  •   Not as pictured
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Pros : Glass arrived intact and did include a variety of colors
Cons : Colors and textures varied a lot from sample
Other Thoughts : I received an extremely dark red, an orange, a light amber, a clear/very pale yellow mix, a dark green, blues close to the picture, and a dark mauve. Disappointed as I planned to use the bright yellow and green for my project and received neither. The quality and texture is also inconsistent among the pieces.
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  •   Fantastic. So bright
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