Mosaic Art Supply sells several lines of glass mosaic tile in loose form for use in mosaic artwork:
- MorjoTM Vitreous 3/4″ Glass Tiles
- MorjoTM Vitreous 3/8″ Glass Tiles
- Elementile Tiny Recycled Glass Mosaic Tile
- Elementile Tiny IRIDESCENT Recycled Glass Mosaic Tile
- 3/4 Inch Vitreous Glass Mosaic Tile by Hakatai®
- 3/8 Inch Mini Vitreous Glass Mosaic Tile by Hakatai®
- Glass Mosaic Tile Mini Metallics Aventurine
- Aventurine Metallic Glass Mosaic Tiles
- Smalti Handmade Mosaic Glass
- American-Made Stained Glass for Mosaic Tile
- Fantastix Iridescent Glass Mosaic Tile
Glass Tile on Easy-to-Remove Paper
Loose tile can easily be had by soaking paper-mounted sheets in water overnight. Unlike mesh, paper comes off easily.
Mosaic Art Supply sells several lines of glass mosaic tile that comes mounted face-down on easy-to-remove soakable paper:
- MorjoTM 12mm Recycled Glass Tiles
- MorjoTM IRIDESCENT 12mm Recycled Glass Tiles
- MorjoTM 8mm Recycled Glass Tiles
- Kaleidoscope 3/8 Inch Minis
- Aura Metallic 3/8 Inch Minis
- Kaleidoscope 3/4 Inch Vitreous Glass Mosaic Tile
- Iridiescent 3/4 Inch Glass Mosaic Tile by Kaleidoscope
- Aura Metallic 3/4 Inch Glass Mosaic Tile
- 7/8 Inch Stained Glass Tiles
Dealing With Mesh-Mounted Tile
You have probably noticed that most brands of glass mosaic tile at other suppliers come mounted on mesh sheets. The mesh sheets allow the entire sheet to be rapidly installed in ordinary tiling jobs.
To use individual tiles or pieces of tiles, it is generally necessary to remove the mesh. However, mesh can be extremely difficult if not impossible to remove due to advances in baked-on adhesives.
The solution requires thinking outside the box:
Consider cutting the mesh up with a pair of shop scissors and use individual tiles that still have some mesh attached to the bottom. Remember, the mesh was made to be glued down with the tile anyway. There isn’t any real reason it has to be removed other than ease of working.