12" x 14" Square Mission Stand

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$35.95 USD
Item# 103806
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Product Description

Stands to Compliment Your Art
High quality mission square stand displays your fused, sandblasted, mosaic or stained glass art beautifully. Inside of stand bracket measures 12" long x 14" high, overall height is 17-6/8". Black wrought iron finish.

First panel project created by Artist: Scott Haebich from "Prairie Style Panels" book #7652. Second panel project created by Artist: Vinery Stained Glass Studio. From "Beginning Patterns II" book #6572.

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.
 

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Pros : Not worth the bother. Spend a little more and get stands that don't wobble.
Cons : Not square or level.
Other Thoughts : Won't buy them again.
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