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Whittemore-Durgin Stained Glass Supplies
825 Market St., Rockland MA 02370
Phone: 781-871-1790  Toll-free: 800-262-1790
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Wissmach Powder Blue Mystic (62-X Mystic)

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Wissmach Powder Blue Mystic (62-X Mystic)
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Thickness: 1/8"
Treatment: Cannot be tempered
Item no: WI 62-X Mystic
Wissmach Glass Company item: 62-X Mystic

This glass can be purchased in one of the follow ways:
  • Pieces: Approximate sized pieces for stained glass work
  • Custom Cut: Custom-cut for kitchen cabinets and windows
  • Sheets: Full and partial sheets
Item no: 4177
Retail price:
8x12: $5.34 In stock:  0  8x12
16x12: $10.68 In stock:  0  16x12
Quantity:
Click on the image to see a larger version. Available in 8" x 12" or 12" x 16". Select the size you want.

The sizes given are approximate. If you need glass cut to exact dimensions, please select the Custom Cut tab above.

We think this color is similar to an old Coke bottle. (Are you old enough to remember them, from way back before everything went plastic?) Or maybe it's more like an old clear glass insulator that's been in the sun for a hundred years and has turned the slightest shade of blue.