Rough Rolled Glass Pack

$69.95 USD
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Item# 4019
Availability: Expected to be available November 06, 2020. Subject to change. Pre-order now!

  • Add texture and stunning color to your projects with Rough Rolled
  • Glass is individually labeled to make reordering simple
  • Uniform textures are easy to cut
  • Contains 8 pieces measuring 8" x 8" each

Product Description

Add sparkle and color to your next project with this pack made from Oceanside Compatible Rough Rolled glass. Features a textured sparkle of lightly hammered glass at an affordable price. Contains 8 pieces of glass, each 8" x 8".

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.

Round bevel project by artist Gwen Bonnie. Pumpkin project by artist Nancy Wiswell. Square bevel panel by artist Bruce Warnes. Rainbow panel by artist Michelle Nettles. All from Delphi's Online Artist Gallery.

 

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4 out of 5 stars
  •   Oh Good My Glass Is Here!
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Pros : Nice colors. Just what I wanted except -
Cons : 2 sheets of clear glass? Really!!!
Other Thoughts : A little more thought could have gone into picking the colors. Seriously. 2 clear sheets?
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5 out of 5 stars
  •   Love this glass!
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Pros : I love the vibrate colors and texture of this rought rolled glass pack. It's easy to cut and the combination of colors you receive is great.
Cons : None!
Other Thoughts : Change up the colors occassionally or offer the same glass pack in other color sets!
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4 out of 5 stars
  •   pretty good
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Pros : I love the rough rolled look as the light comes thru. It reminds me of church glass which is where I fell in love with stained glass. Delphi's staff picked out a nice variety of colors and the texture isn't extreme enough to cause problems with soldering.
Cons : Just enough of any one color to get your mouth watering.
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