10" V-Shaped Stand

$28.95 USD
Item# 627154
Availability: Expected to be available October 27, 2021. Subject to change. Pre-order now!

Product Features

  • Stand measures 10-1/2" wide x 5-3/4" high x 6" deep
  • Holds a 10" square project
  • Powder coated for a black matte finish

Available Substitutes

item: 63830
item: 627155
10" Square Stand
$32.95 $27.95
16% off
5" V-Shaped Stand

Product Description

The unique shape of this table top stand displays your art glass at an angle, for more creative possibilities. Features slim brackets to keep art secure while not distracting from your glass piece. Crafted in black wrought iron. Stand measures 10-1/2" wide x 5-3/4" high x 6" deep. Holds a 10" square project. Sizes may vary slightly.

Delphi Tip: To ensure a perfect fit, buy your frame first. Each frame may vary slightly in fit due to manufacturing or finishing. The best way to make sure that your project fits a frame neatly is to purchase the frame first, then adjust the pattern as needed to fit the opening in the frame.

Fused project below created by artist Michele Drobney, mosaic project by Karen Thompson, and stained glass projects by Melanie Churchill and a Delphi artist. Far Out Tie Dye dichro on thin black project by artist Donett Williams shown in stand #627154

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Pros : The V-shape is striking and adds a dramatic flare to your piece.
Cons : I found this stand to be 90 degrees square - but have only received 3 of them. I recommend measuring prior to making your piece to be sure.
Other Thoughts : I had no trouble with the "tabs", I found them to be more extended and forgiving than other stands.
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  •   V-Shaped Stand 10
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Pros : Welds are well crafted. Rubber feet nice.
Cons : The V Shape is not accurately set to 90 degrees. The manufacture has forgotten the elastic spring back on bending. The V does not match the 90 degree of the glass. Does not look that great and the upper prongs barely contain the glass. This may be a one off defective piece, so check yours if you order. I am reordering because I can't find something better. The 5" version is made more accurately.
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