Iridescent Assortment 3/4 Inch 1-POUND is approximate 145+ loose glass mosaic tiles for use in art and coverings. Note that only the faces of the tiles are iridized. The backs are plain colored glass with embossed ridges and grooves to help adhesives grip it tightly. The 3/4-inch (20mm) width and ~1/8-inch thickness are standard dimensions, so you can mix and match these with many other brands of tile. All our glass tiles can be cut easily with the Mosaic Glass Cutter we sell.
Note that the iridescence is MILD and not so glossy that the underlying color is obscured. This is a definite plus because glass that is heavily iridized tends to look the same no matter what color the glass is underneath. These tiles show a significant amount of the underlying color and can be used to render polychromatic images.
Iridized Glass Mosaic Tiles 3/4-Inch
- Price is per 1 pound (approximate 145+ mosaic tiles).
- Tile dimensions: 3/4″ x 3/4″ (20mm actual) A standard size and compatible with vitreous tiles from most other manufacturers).
- Tile thickness: 1/8″ nominal.
- Coverage: each pound covers approximately 0.7 square feet sq ft.
- Pigments: colorfast metal oxide.
- Only the faces are iridized. The backs are standard finish and embossed with ridges for more secure bonding.
- cuts easily with mosaic glass cutters.
- frost proof.
- impervious to liquids.
- Suitable for indoor and outdoor installation.
- NOT suitable for floors.
One bag of approximately 150 tiles will cover 0.7 square feet assuming a standard grout gap of approximately 1/16 inch. 218 loose tiles cover 1 square feet with grout spacing of 1/16 inch.
Tile thickness is approximately 1/8 inch, which is the same as the other 3/8-inch and 3/4-inch glass mosaic tile we sell.
All the glass mosaic tile we sell can be cut quickly with minimal force using a pair of Mosaic Glass Cutter.
How To Make Mosaic Art
For more advice on designing your mosaic project or mounting, cutting, and grouting tile, please see our page of Mosaic Frequently Asked Questions or our Mosaic Information Guide, which lists instructional pages described by topic. We also post new articles about making mosaics at our How to Mosaic Blog.