Youghiogheny English Gardens Glass Pack

$49.95 USD
Item# S5812
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  • Get a bouquet of colors perfect for floral designs
  • Perfect for Tiffany reproductions - beautiful color blends
  • An excellent way to sample Youghiogheny Stipple glass - contains 8 pieces 6" x 6" each

Product Description

Create with vibrant streaky glass in colors inspired by English Gardens. The rich colors are perfect for outrageous blooms, lush foliage and all your garden favorite designs.

This pack contains 8 pieces, approximately 6" x 6" each, of premium hand-mixed and rolled Youghiogheny art glass.

All glass is clearly marked with item numbers for easy reordering. There are no extra boxing charges for glass packs. Photo is one example. Actual glass may vary from photo.

Stained glass garden with pond completed by artist Suzanne Wagner. Stained glass garden path completed by artist Robert Grimes. Stained glass underwater garden completed by artist Sarah DiMichele. Projects from Delphi's Online Artist Gallery.

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