Oceanside White & Sky Blue Opal Streaky - 96 COE

Unit Size* Price Qty 
small 8" x 8" $8.65 USD
medium 12" x 12" $18.75
sheet 24" x 24" $74.95


Standard shipping requires 'sheet' size to be cut into 2 large pieces
Item# X83351
Availability: Expected to be available October 01, 2020. Subject to change. Pre-order now!

Product Features

  • Ideal for stained glass, mosaic and fusing projects
  • Consistent pattern and texture
  • Easy to cut - perfect for beginners
  • Tested for fusing - 96 COE

Product Description

Oceanside Semi Translucent Opalescents create a captivating luminescent glow when lit. Composed primarily of opal glass, they eliminate the perception of images through the sheet, while still allowing some light transmission. 96 COE. 


Project created using free pattern #FPGST126C courtesy of GST Publications. Download Killer Whale Bevel Panel Pattern

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

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  •   Great for skies
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Pros : It is always my go-to glass when I need an opal sky. It is mostly blue and the white makes perfect clouds
Cons : I wouldn't say it looks like the picture on the website, it is more of a sky blue, where as the picture looks like a cobalt blue.
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  •   White & Sky Opal Streaky
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Pros : Very nice. Beautiful Streaks.
Cons : None
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  •   Sky's the limit
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Pros : Perfect blue n white combo love this. Cuts super easy.
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