Published: January 20, 2018
Delphi Glass was founded on the belief that making art glass projects should be enjoyable and rewarding for everyone, from budding craftspeople to professional artists. We pride ourselves on our expert knowledge about the crafts our customers enjoy. We also understand the need to find the right tools to complete your beautiful projects. Our aim is to make it easier for you to find what you are looking for.
Our online tools do just that.
Delphi Glass has over 2,000 styles of glass, so don’t let finding the perfect piece discourage you. Allow our glass finder to help find just the right glass for your project.
Our Glass Finder can be found by typing http://www.delphiglass.com/GlassFinder or scrolling to the bottom of our website at http://www.delphiglass.com/ and clicking on Glass Finder.
When to Use Our Glass Finder
Is your go-to green out of stock? The glass finder can help you select something similar.
Are you trying to find something gorgeous to coordinate with a stunning sheet you've already got? Narrow the search by color, by brand, by transparency and more to see the top picks.
We've all been there - you have the perfect pattern and a vision of what your next project will look like. Now all you need is to find THE glass to match that vision.
Let our Glass Finder be your personal shopping assistant - by selecting just a few criteria, you can refine the glass selection to match your vision fast - and see all the options on one screen to make finding that perfect piece easier. Here are a few examples of the searches you can perform using our glass finder.
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