True Dichro Glass Pack

$77.95 USD
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  • Each handmade sheet of True Dichro glass is a work of art itself
  • Colors change appearance in different light conditions
  • Premium handmade glass adds depth to your art
  • Contains 8 pieces measuring 4-1/2" x 7" each

Product Description

This glass is a show-stopper! Don't let the name fool you, this glass doesn't have a coating. It doesn't need it, just illuminate and watch the glass change right before your eyes! Youghiogheny True Dichro Glass features luscious color that changes hue, vibrance, and opacity depending on surrounding light. There is no color coating, meaning that there's no definite "front" or "back", giving you limitless ways to use each stunning style for incredible effects in your art. Please note, variation in color should be expected. Glass pieces may include factory rolled edges. Pack contains 8 pieces, measuring approximately 4-1/2" x 7" each.

Due to the nature of True Dichro glass pack image shows colors of glass when lit.  

Photo is one example. Actual glass may vary from photo.

True Dichro project generated using photos of actual glass - unlit on the left and lit on the right, created using free pattern courtesy of Guide Patterns.

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4 out of 5 stars
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Pros : A good way to see what this glass has to offer if you can't get to the store. The rating is based on the assortment of the glass.
Cons : The samples are small so you have limited use. Your selection it made at the store. You won't know what you are getting until it shows up.
Other Thoughts : It is a sample pack so the sheets aren't even as big as a small sheet that you would buy individually. Keep that in mind.
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3 out of 5 stars
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Pros : The glass is beautiful.
Cons : The pack I received lacks variety, most pieces are purplish, maybe because the pieces are small and it's hard to capture all the nuances. 7 of my pieces include the border and to get a straight line I will loose at least half an inch of this already small piece.
Other Thoughts : Would not recommend
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