Wissmach Stained Glass Variety Pack

Price $45.95
Your Savings: - $20.95
Your Price: $25.00 USD   (46% Off)
Item# 4050
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Product Features

  • Easy to cut Wissmach; good for your stained glass projects
  • Classical colors and textures complement traditional Victorian designs
  • Each pack is unique - glass may vary from photo
  • 8 pieces each 8" x 10". A great value!

Product Description

Special Purchase While Supplies Last
Take advantage of big savings on Wissmach glass! Pack features an assortment of easy-to-cut Wissmach glass. The classic colors of Wissmach are ideal for English and Victorian style projects, but are versatile enough to be used for contemporary projects too! Pack includes 8 pieces, 8" x 10" each, and may contain English Muffle, opals, wispys or streakies.

All glass is clearly marked with item numbers for easy reordering. There are no extra boxing charges for glass packs. Each glass pack is unique. Actual glass will vary from photo.

Sea and Shell panel by artist Diane Thomas of Minds Eye Glass Studio, flower drop panel by artist Margaret Jacolik, both from Delphi's Online Artist Gallery. 

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4 out of 5 stars
  •   wissmach stained glass variety pack
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Pros : beautiful variety of colors
Cons : You may not get the glass color pictures
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4 out of 5 stars
  •   Disappointed
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Pros : Glass is great and good colors, well packed.
Cons : Disappointed that two packs of the same colors were sent, not logical to me. If I order more than one pack I would expect duplicate colors would not be sent.
Other Thoughts : Makes me rethink of ordering more.
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5 out of 5 stars
  •   Nice Variety
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Pros : Have gotten this pack quite a few times and it always gives a great variety. When you get this on sale and free shipping it is a steal!
Cons : Wish they were bigger sizes. I'd like to pay more for pieces that are big enough to use in a panel not just a sun catcher.
Other Thoughts : Just larger sizes as an option would be great!
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