13-1/4" Versatile Stand

$27.95 USD
Item# 81322
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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 from 11" - 22" 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 10" wide x 13-1/4" high x 3-1/4" deep. Holds art from 11" - 22" in diameter. 

Fused floral panel created by Melanie Churchill using pattern from "Orchids in Glass" book #5901. The 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 : Sturdy, stable, good finish. Good value. See my 8" review for more details.
Cons : Would like to see Delphi give dimension of iron and how high the legs are from the table surface. Would help the user identify what size could be best suited.
Other Thoughts : Purchased while on sale which made it an even sweeter deal. I keep wrapped separate to help minimize scratches to iron. But feel it doesn't scratch easily.
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