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5-1/2" Versatile Lite Stand

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$15.95 USD
Item# 81308
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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 pieces 5-1/2" to 8" in diameter
  • Made in the USA


Product Description

Stands to Complement Your Art
High quality stand displays your glass art beautifully. Universal design allows you to display glass art of varying shapes and sizes. Stand measures 5" wide x 5-1/2" high x 3" deep. Holds pieces 5-1/2" to 8" in diameter. Black wrought iron finish. Artwork not included.

Poppy panel by artist Julie Haan, 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 : Add this stand when selling or gifting small pieces for the recipient to display your art in their home or office. This makes the piece more special!
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  •   Inexpensive, Good Looking Stands
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Pros : 1. Nice design/look 2. Inexpensive
Cons : 3. Lightweight, as product name says compared to heavyweight versatile stands
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  •   Perfect & unobtrusive
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Pros : Perfect height for display at shows or in the client's home. Unobtrusive to let your work been seen at its best. Nice finish that blends into the background.
Cons : Ends up being slightly pricey if included with a lower priced fused piece.
Other Thoughts : Glad I ordered a few of the larger sizes before they were discontinued. The mini is too small for most of my work but it is also very nice.
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