Need stained glass and supplies? Check out our website devoted to stained glass and supplies.

 

Existing commercial glass customers: Please log in to see your prices.
Don't have a commercial account with us? Please click Register to see if you qualify and, if so, register online.


Skip Navigation LinksHome > Colored Art Glass > Stained Glass > Lozenge - amber

Lozenge - amber

Lozenge - amber
Default Orientation: Vertical
Thickness:
Treatment: Cannot be tempered
Item no: CutToSize GL 710
Retail price: $21.32 /sq ft
3 or more $19.19 (10% discount)
12 or more $17.06 (20% discount)
Quantity
Size (W x H)

Please follow these measuring instructions to ensure that the glass you order will fit correctly.

Please measure to the nearest 1/16 of an inch the width and the height of the opening where the glass will be installed.

Then deduct 1/8 of an inch from each of these measurements. For example, if the opening measures 12" x 18", you would order a glass insert that is 11-7/8" x 17-7/8".

Note: We will cut your glass to the size you order with a tolerance of +/- 1/16 of an inch.

Width: Inches/Fraction
Height: Inches/Fraction
Please allow 2-3 business days to process your pickup order, and 5-10 business days for shipped orders.
Orientation
Pattern
Installation
Thickness
Treatment

Safety Glass Requirements

Certain applications (e.g., entry doors and sidelites) generally require the use of tempered or laminated safety glass. The requirements are complex and vary by municipality. Your local building inspector is the ultimate authority on whether safety glass is required for your specific application. You accept all responsibility for determining whether you must have safety glass when you place your order with us.

Tempering

We heat-treat glass so that if it breaks, it breaks into many small less harmful pieces, instead of more harmful large shards. Not all glass patterns can be tempered. For example, glass with any trapped air (e.g., Seedy) cannot be tempered. A certification ASTM SGCC logo will be placed on the tempered glass unless no logo is requested.

Laminating

The glass you order is sandwiched together with plain glass. If it breaks, the pieces stay together, making it less harmful. This process makes the glass thicker and heavier.