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2" x 6" Rectangle Glue Chip Bevel

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Item# 5248GC
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Product Features

  • Enjoy the unique "Jack Frost" textured surface of this bevel
  • Slanted edges refract light into a rainbow of colors
  • Beveled glass creates beautiful sparkles of light
  • 2" by 6" glass bevel


Product Description

Let the light shine in!
The slanted edges of bevels refract light into a rainbow of colors -- both inside the glass, and onto your walls, floors and ceilings. Using bevels in windows, doors, and suncatchers is very popular, but don't forget about other applications like candleholders and boxes. Enhance your project with glue chip bevels. The subtle "Jack Frost" texture on the top flat surface provides light transmission with some distortion. Ideal for use in cabinet doors and windows when a bit more privacy is desired.

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