Tiffany Today Chartreuse Transparent

Unit Size* Price Qty 
medium 10" x 12" $8.95 USD
large 15" x 19" $18.95

Item# L31600
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Product Features

  • Get premium glass at an economy price!
  • Rich colors help bring your art glass to life
  • Perfect for stained glass and glass on glass mosaics

Product Description

Classic Colors and Combinations for Today's Glass Artist
Create stunning stained glass and mosaic projects with the beautiful Tiffany Today line. This glass features rich colors and a consistent texture. Perfect for beginners and professionals alike. Glass is transparent.

Delphi Recommends: "Not only was I blown away by the beauty of this glass, but it was easy to cut regardless of skill level!" - Kayleigh Clark, Delphi Expert

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

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Pros : Affordable Nice transparent colors
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Other Thoughts : Haven't used in a project yet but I will soon. Love the transparent color selection. I'll make a small panel with the colors I ordered soon to see what it's like to work with.
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