7-1/2" x 15" Riser Stand

$20.95 USD
Item# 81306
Currently Out of Stock

Product Features

  • Simple, matte black finish lends elegance to your art
  • Makes a condiment stand - fits projects made with #24652 Square Slumper

Product Description

Display Your Art on Gallery Quality Stands
High-quality stands are the perfect complement to all your glass art projects! The simple, matte black finish lends elegance to your art. Stand is 1-3/4" tall x 7-1/2" x 15" with an interior dimension of 3-1/2" x 12-3/4".

Note: Each stand may vary slightly in fit due to manufacturing or finishing. The best way to make sure that your project fits neatly is to purchase the stand first, then adjust the pattern as needed to fit the opening in the stand.

Project Tip: Combine the rectangle stand with three dishes made from our Square Slumper #24652 to create a condiment stand.

Artist Melanie Churchill created the dish displayed here by cutting a custom mold from fiber board. Finished piece not included. Green and blue dishes by artist Stephanie O'Toole. Pastel dishes by artist Kayleigh Clark. 

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