Wissmach English Muffle Glass Pack

$46.95 USD
Item# 8017
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Product Features

  • Gentle hammered type texture provides subtle distortion for added privacy
  • Traditional colors are ideal for reproduction and restoration work
  • Transparent glass allows excellent light transmission
  • Consistent color and texture throughout is easy to cut

Product Description

This glass is perfect for backgrounds or Victorian style windows. Its highly refractive surface is similar to a soft hammered texture, is multi-directional, and extremely easy to cut. Contains 8 pieces, 8" x 10" in classic colors for your traditional glass art. A great value!

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

Projects shown from English Muffle Book of Designs by Peter Foster.

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