Kokomo Cerise Cherry Streaky Transparent Light Seedy

Unit Size* Price Qty 
medium 8" x 16" $19.45 USD
large 16" x 16" $38.85

Item# K225LL
Availability: Expected to be available November 11, 2020. Subject to change. Pre-order now!

Product Features

  • Subtle seedy texture gives the look of old world glass
  • Ideal for stained glass and glass-on-glass mosaics
  • Exceptional light transmission
  • Consistent texture

Product Description

Founded in 1888, Kokomo Opalescent Glass Company is the oldest art glass manufacturer in the United States.  The unique and beautiful colors attract attention immediately.  A favorite of top studios and artists, Kokomo glass is the same high-quality glass used famously by Tiffany. Featuring magnificent colors and textures Kokomo glass is excellent for both hobbyists and professionals. This glass is certain to add depth and character to your glass art.

Glass swatches are a 2" square to better show detail. Main image shows glass unlighted. Second image shows glass backlit. Third image shows both views collaged together - right side of image shows light transmission.

Fish project created by artist Joleen Siebert. Women project by artist Lindy Boyd. Both from Delphi's Online Artist Gallery. 

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

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Pros : Very nice red, flows nicely between dense and clear areas. I was able to use this for my cardinals, and I painted the solid areas but used more clear areas for areas meant to be seen through. It was exactly what I was looking for
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  •   A stunning glass
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Pros : This is one of the most gorgeous red glasses I have worked with. It made a beautiful poppy.
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Other Thoughts : If this is the same glass I have worked with (the numbers are the same), then it is red streaked with red. Just a beautiful color.
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