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Beginner Lead Start-Up Kit

Price $399.95
Your Savings: - $50.00
Your Price: $349.95 USD
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Item# 4061
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Product Features

  • An exclusive kit for anyone who wants to learn to make traditional stained glass
  • Kit includes all the tools and supplies needed for this craft
  • Instructional DVD takes you through entire processes


Product Description

exclusive The Easy Way to Begin Creating Leaded Glass Windows
Have you always admired leaded glass but didn't know if you could make it? You can! Delphi makes it easy to get started in traditional leaded stained glass with this money-saving kit. It includes the tools and supplies you need. Plus, learn all of the essential techniques required to make your first stained glass project a success with the included "Get the Lead Out" DVD .
You get a complete glass studio in one kit. Delphi Exclusive

Kit Includes:

  • Weller 100 watt soldering iron with built-in temperature controller
  • 8 piece stained glass pack, 6" x 6" each
  • Studio Pro™ brass glass cutter
  • Running pliers
  • Breaker/grozer pliers
  • "Get the Lead Out" instructional DVD
  • 4 Pieces of coiled lead came, 6 ft each
  • 8 Pieces of zinc came, 18" each
  • 60/40 Solder
  • Safety flux and brush
  • Black Putty - 1/2 pint
  • Whiting powder - 1-1/2 lbs
  • Scrub brush
  • Lead vise
  • Lead nippers and fid
  • Lead pattern shears
  • Soldering iron stand
  • Glazing hammer
  • Lead and glass stop blocks (25)
  • Horseshoe nails (100)
  • Wire brush
Note: Product selection may vary based on availability. Photo is just one example, quality will remain the same.

Abstract stained glass window is original artwork by Josephine A. Geiger installed in the City of Middleton Police and Municipal Court Facility, Middleton, WI. ©2010. Peony stained glass project by artist Vicky Payne. Bevel panels from "Beginning Patterns II" book #6572. Round cat project from "A Medley of Stained Glass Patterns" book #5907.