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Quarter Sheet Red/Silver Dichroic Coating on Black Granite Rippl

$54

Quarter Sheet Red/Silver Dichroic Coating on Black Granite Rippl

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Product description

The finest dichroic glass is produced by the wizards at Coatings by Sandberg. These sheets use a base of System 96 Black Granite Ripple made by Uroboros Glass Studios. Photo is an area of the sheet that is approximately 4x4" to show the detail of the texture and color. First color in the name is the transmitted color, the second color is the reflected color. A wonderful effect of the heavily textured glass is the wide range of reflected color created by the variation of the glass surface.

Quarter Sheet Red/Silver Dichroic Coating on Black Granite Rippl

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