12" Crescent Solid Stand

$68.95 USD
Item# 81311
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Product Features

  • Unique crescent shaped display
  • Black wrought iron finish
  • Overall height is 12"
  • Adds contemporary touch to stained glass, fused, or mosaic art

Product Description

Crescent art holders display finished stained glass, mosaic or fused artwork. The unique design of the crescent stand adds a contemporary touch to your display. Bracket measures 12" in diameter with a height from the base to the display channel of 3/8". Overall height is 12". Black wrought iron finish.

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.

First project below created by Melanie Churchill and Karina Foster. Fused flower project by artist Karina Foster. Fireworks by Ellen Rubin. Tree of Life by Teri Shamlian. From Delphi's Online Artist Gallery.

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Pros : Heavy weight, Great accent to glass piece, really sets it off
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  •   Cresent Stand
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Pros : This worked very well and gave my finished piece an extra artsy look.
Cons : none
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  •   Sizes vary!!
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Pros : The crescent design is great.
Cons : Individual stands can vary in size as much as 3/4"!! A 12" panel quite possibly will NOT fit this so-called 12" stand.
Other Thoughts : If you love this look-buy the stand first, measure the stand you receive, THEN design your panel to fit that stand's size.
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