Youghiogheny Breathtaking Blues Glass Pack

$57.95 USD
Item# S5799
In Stock Usually ships in 1 to 2 business days.

Product Features

  • A bevy of blue glass, perfect for replicating water and sky
  • Good for stained glass and mosaics
  • 8 pieces, 6" x 6" each

Product Description

Don't be blue, we have fantastic shades of blue glass for you. Perfect for water or sky, this pack contains an assortment of breathtaking blue transparent and opalescent glass. Contains 8 pieces, 6" x 6" each. Good for stained glass and mosaics.

Glass pieces are marked with item numbers for easy reordering. Pricing includes boxing charge. Photo is one example; actual glass may vary. Sizes are approximate.

"Let the Wind Carry Me" stained glass panel by artist Patricia Von Niessen of  Red Fox Art Glass. "True to Blue" patchwork panel by artist Anne Marie Price. Blue Geometric Abstract panel by artist Ada Rodriguez. Manatees panel by artist Karen Wappler. Undewater mosaic by artist Elena Dalleck. All from Delphi's Online Artist Gallery. 

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  •   photo is misleading
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Pros : Well packed. Arrived without breakage
Cons : My package did not resemble the photo at all. Colors were nice in several instances and are ones I can find most places. The texture was missing as seen in the photo, and not all sheets synched in terms of the whole.
Other Thoughts : Returning this...too bad,as I had to wait for restock to get it in the first place. Very disappointing. Not exactly "breathtaking"
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  •   Lovely selection!
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Pros : Great selection of blue glass, with a variety of hues, transparencies, and patterns. These work very well for background skies, water, and accents. A good value, this is a good way for a beginner to gather an assortment of glass for smaller projects.
Cons : I would prefer to have the packages come in the 12" x 12" size, as these were a bit small for a few places I used them.
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