Youghiogheny Pink, Blue, Purple, Bubblegum, Green Stipple

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Unit Size* Price Qty 
small 6" x 6" $7.95 USD
medium 12" x 12" $30.45
large 18" x 24" $91.25


Item# Y6347SP
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Product Features

  • Good for Stained Glass Projects
  • Good for Mosaic Projects
  • Premium Handmade Glass
  • More Colors Per Sheet

Product Description

Artists recommend premium hand-made Stipple art glass from Youghiogheny. Read what fine glass studios, like Paul Crist, have to say about Stipple glass:

"The remarkable quality about stipple glass is the unique way in which it disperses light. Traditional mottled glasses impart an orangish gray cast to the glass. Stipple glass uses crystalline to disperse light, allowing color to come through the glass unaltered by the opal. Greens are crisp and leafy; reds are pure ruby; pinks and magentas sing with a vibrancy never seen before in art glass. The artists here at Paul Crist Studios have used stipple glass in a number of recent lamps, and attest that it's the perfect glass to make lamps with." - Paul Crist, Owner of Odyssey, and Paul Crist Studios

Photo above is a general representation of glass colors. Colors may vary. Sizes are Approximate.

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Pros : Very pretty
Cons : Different than photo
Other Thoughts : Does this glass look like the photo? No...but it is absolutely gorgeous. I added a photo of the glass I received, it has small amounts of pink and purple. Most of it is green and blue.
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  •   Color wasn't true to photo
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Pros : Pretty color, love the stipple effect.
Cons : Representative photo not even close
Other Thoughts : I know that the sample photo is supposed to be a representative of what to expect, but the piece I received was so far off from the shown purple, I actually thought I was sent the wrong glass. Still pretty, but I was sorely disappointed - I was hoping for this awesome purple, not blue. I've uploaded a photo of what I received for comparison.
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