MLW Indian Hand-Stained Glass

Unit Size* Price Qty 
small 5.75" x 5.75" $12.95 USD
medium 5.75" x 11.5"
sale $18.95
large 11.5" x 11.5"
sale $37.85

Item# ML123
Availability: Expected to be available June 08, 2022. Subject to change. Pre-order now!

Product Features

  • Hand stained glass in pale hues will add a pop of color to any project
  • Each piece is unique - no two pieces will be the same
  • Good for stained glass projects
  • Score glass on the matte side to break
  • Piece sizes are approximate

Product Description

Bring your next project to life with unique, hand stained glass in pastel colors and patterns. The transparent glass and metallic luster finish creates a stunning combination that will add a dramatic accent to your next stained glass project.

Color designs are applied to glass surface and withstand normal handling, cutting and nipping. Due to the nature of this glass you must cut on the matte/coated side. If scored on the opposite side, the glass will not break. For best results, do not submerge or use harsh chemicals on glass surface. To remove pattern marking use rubbing alcohol to remove. This will not harm the coating. Exact color, pattern and designs vary in this exciting glass. Piece sizes are approximate.

Second image shows a close up of the pattern. 

Photo above is a general representation of glass colors. Colors may vary. Sizes are Approximate.

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  •   really beautiful piece
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Pros : beautiful and unique
Cons : paint chips easy when cutting
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  •   Just like the picture
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Pros : It is a very pretty lady like glass. Not so tan as the picture might lead you to believe and very transparent. I used it as a kimono fabric.
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