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Pale Purple Artique Stained Glass Sheet 96 COE Oceanside SF140.8A

Pale Purple Artique Stained Glass Sheet 96 COE Oceanside SF140.8A

Regular price $9.15
Regular price $9.83 Sale price $9.15
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Low stock: 2 left

Fusible System 96 Oceanside SF140.8A Stained Glass Sheet
Artique Textured Pale Purple Translucent Cathedral

No boxing fee. No minimum.

Choose your size:
8" x 8" or 10" x 10" Stained Glass Sheet,
or
8" x 4" Sample Piece.

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Fusible Pale Purple Artique Cathedral:

  • System 96 compatible for fusing
  • Features the unique Artique texture
  • Good for Stained Glass Projects
  • Easy to cut - perfect for beginners
  • Consistent color and texture

Add some dazzle to your next stained glass panel with Pale Purple Artique Sheet Glass.

Artique cathedral glass is transparent and very easy-to-cut, great to choose when you are looking for a glass with color consistency and machine-rolled smooth surfaces.

Artique texture is a simulated full antique glass that has its trademark linear striations mechanically scribed into the hot glass surface. Artique is transparent and provides subtle but defined background distortion making it a nice choice for architectural applications such as kitchen cabinets.

Photos are a general representation of glass colors. Brightness and colors may vary by light source and direction, camera and viewing device.

Sizes are Approximate.

Fast Shipping:
Bradstreet Glass ships every order within one business day, meticulously packaged for protection. We make every effort to ensure your stained glass arrives quickly and to your complete satisfaction.

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Melody F.
Stain glass

The glass was just beautiful the pictures did not do them justice. And packaging was great every piece was package between layers of paper and card board