Simply the Best - Your Art Deserves It
When asked what features you want, you told us:
precision forming for precise angles and curves
smooth, secure joints that blend in with the frame
a rugged black wrought iron finish to match any decor
stable support for your handmade art
We heard you. This stand is our answer. Designed with all the features you asked for, we're certain you'll love the way this stand shows off your fused, sandblasted, stained glass and mosaic art.
Plus, we had it made here in the USA.
Inside of stand bracket measures 8" long x 4" high. Overall height is 7". Channel measures 7/16" wide.
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.
Supplies are limited. Order early for best selection. All sales of clearance items are final.
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