10-1/4" Versatile Stand

$26.95 USD
Item# 81321
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Product Features

  • Universal design allows you to display glass art of varying shapes including rounds
  • Powder coated for a black matte finish
  • Holds art 9" - 15" in diameter
  • Made in the USA

Product Description

Stands to Complement Your Art
High quality wrought iron stand displays your glass art beautifully. Universal design allows you to display glass art of varying shapes and sizes. Stand measures approximately 9" wide x 10-1/4" high x 2-1/2" deep. Holds art 9" - 15" in diameter. Made of 3/8" round wrought iron. 

Fruit platter by artist Dane Porter, fused floral panel created by Melanie Churchill, hexagon plate is by artist Teresa Batten. Fused Stringer project by artist Stephanie Murphy. From Delphi's Online Artist Gallery. 

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Pros : Good value for the money. Stable, sturdy, coating looks and feels nice. (See my 8" Stand review for more details)
Cons : The iron is square. Delphi should provide the diameter of the iron used to help user decide the size of piece it could hold.
Other Thoughts : The legs are about 2 1/4" from the table surface and your glass will sit about 2 1/2" of table surface. All sizes except the 6" have the same length of legs. Delphi could also provide those dimensions.
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Pros : This is a terrific stand for multiple things. Works well displaying platters and shallow bowls. Lots of shoppers don't understand that their functional glass art can also be beautifully displayed in the home when not in use. By using a stand like this, it shows buyers that this work is vastly different from what they can get in a mega store. These stands are economically priced and the artisan can easily include the cost of the stand within the cost of the glass art.
Cons : None.
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