8" Round Black Iron Art Holder

$22.95 USD
Item# 426661
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  • Features a wrought iron design with a sleek black powder coat finish
  • Convenient knock-down design is perfect for the artist on the go
  • Accomodates an 8" round project


Product Description

Display Your Art in Style!
Giving your artwork a stunning presentation has never been easier than using Studio Pro's Black Iron Art Holders. Featuring  durable powder coated wrought iron and a convenient knock-down design, these stands are perfect for any artist on the go. Simply slide the legs into the base, apply the protective rubber feet and you are ready to display your masterpiece. Display stand channel measures approximately 7/16" wide and accommodates a 8" round project.

Delphi Tip: For a permanent setting, add drop of E-6000 adhesive before inserting the legs.

Fused glass panel created using a pattern from "In Full Bloom" (item #5900)

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Pros : Looks good
Cons : Too small and had to stretch with tools for 8” round glass to fit
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