Youghiogheny Basic Essentials Factory Glass Pack

Price $149.95
Your Savings: - $20.00
Your Price: $129.95 USD
Item# 4182
Availability: Expected to be available December 09, 2021. Subject to change. Pre-order now!

Product Features

  • 15 pieces of premium "Yogi" glass, 10" x 12" each
  • Assortment of colors and textures – 12 square feet of glass!
  • Hand-made glass may contain rolled edges and cut corners
  • Popular floral colors are great for nature inspired projects

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Product Description

Top quality Youghiogheny artisan packs are specifically designed for the unique projects of glass artists. Basic rainbow of colors such as red, orange, blues and greens, perfect for every day glass art projects. 

"Yogi" glass is famous for its color mixes. The colors are crisp and vibrant, making it a favorite of glass artists. Discover it for yourself with this pack of 15 pieces, each 10" x 12", in assorted colors and textures. It's a great way to try Youghiogheny glass at a very low price per piece. Includes popular Stipple glass. 12 square feet of glass.

Youghiogheny (pronounced Yock-uh-gain-ee) is a gorgeous glass. If you've never worked with Stipple, you will be amazed at its crisp and vibrant colors. Where other glass mixes may bleed together, Stipple keeps true greens, red, magentas and pinks you won't believe! An excellent Tiffany reproduction glass.

Youghiogheny hand-made glass offers a unique artistic opportunity as each piece is hand-mixed and will feature color variations and differing patterns. Due to the hand-crafted nature of the glass, the thickness and texture may be slightly irregular and sheets will have in color or thickness and may contain a unique hand-rolled edge. Sheets may contain cut corners.

For tips and techniques for cutting this unique glass click on the video link.

There are no extra boxing charges for glass packs. Factory Pack image is an example, glass may vary.

Nature panel made using Youghiogheny and Uroboros® Glass. Girl at the beach by artist Andrea Kelter and Stained glass Cheetah panel by artist Judith Wieske. From Delphi's Online Artist Gallery.

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5 out of 5 stars
  •   Nice variety
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Pros : Beautiful variety of colors.
Cons : Not being to pick my own colors.
Other Thoughts : I will buy again! I would like more glass pack choices available with 11-12” sizes.
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  •   SCORE!!!
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Pros : variety of glass in both packs purchased....no repeat sheets...BEAUTIFUL colors!! Packed and shipped so no breakage
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Other Thoughts : Love when these go on sale..it is a perfect way to increase your glass supply
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Pros : This is a really beautiful selection. We can't wait to create something with it.
Cons : One piece was broken is all despite really excellent packaging. It isn't really even a con because it is so pretty, we will design pieces around it.
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