New Orleans Mardi Gras Specialty Sheet Glass COE96 Choose-A-Base

SKU: 96-Mardi-New-Orleans-CL-12x12
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Size: 12" x 12" Clear

New Orleans Mardi Gras Specialty Sheet Glass COE96 Choose-A-Base

12" x 12" Clear
12" x 12" White
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New Orleans Mardi Gras Specialty Sheet Glass COE96 Choose-A-Base is made with System 96 Oceanside Compatible 96 COE Accessory Glass Components.

This is a Go Fusing original using all Oceanside components as a Specialty Glass under our brand Coloritz tm

The early French settlers in New Orleans, Louisiana started the Mardi Gras celebration. The first record was in 1699. Mardi Gras became a custom celebration of Carnival balls, Processions and masking in the streets events. Today it is the largest street party of its kind!

It is also known as "Fat Tuesday", reflecting the practice of the last night of eating rich, fatty foods before and religious obligations associated with the penitential season of Lent

The three colors used in the glass represent:
Purple - Justice
Green - Faith
Gold - Power

 This design is a custom hand made fusible sheet glass so it can add 2 days to your order shipment!

  • Manufacture: Coloritz by A Sanborn Corporation
  • Base and Accessory Glass Components: Oceanside Glasstile
  • Streamer / Stringers Uroboros by Oceanside Compatible Sheet Glass 96 COE.
  • Glass Frit by Oceanside Compatible Sheet Glass 96 COE
  • SKU: 96-Mardi-Gras-Christmas
  • Base Color: Ice Clear Transparent or White Opaque
  • Category: Customizable Specialty Glass
  • Texture: Textured on Tack Fuse side, semi smooth on other 
  • Opacity: Streamer and Frit is transparent
  • Stringers: Purple, Green and Yellow transparent treated with a gold tone
  • Classification: Handmade System 96® Sheet Glass
  • Precut Glass Sizes:
    12 inches x 12 inches (304 mm x 304 mm)
  • Thickness: 3 mm
  • Made in USA
  • Kiln Fired to a Tack Fuse and ready for additional firings up to a Full Fuse