Sample Board Morjo™ THIN Stained Glass Mosaic Tiles 3/4 Inch comes with one of each tile in our color palette in the 3/4 inch (20mm) size. Here is more information about the tiles and how they are used:
Morjo™ THIN Stained Glass Mosaic Tiles 3/4 inch (20mm) are sold by the 1/2 pound, which is approximately 85 tiles. The nominal thickness is thinner than most of the glass tile we sell, but we have used these mixed with them with no problem.
Morjo™ Stained Glass Tile 20mm
- Price is for 8 ounces of loose tiles.
- Each tile is 20mm x 20mm (~3/4 inch x 3/4 inch).
- Pigments: colorfast metal oxide.
- Solid color throughout.
- Coverage: one bag will cover approximately 0.42 square feet when using a standard grout gap of 1/16 inch.
- Cuts relatively easily with Mosaic Glass Cutters.
- Thickness: nominally 2.88mm, which is about 35% thinner than vitreous glass tile, but appears to be over 3mm.
- Suitable for indoor and outdoor installation.
- NOT suitable for floors.
Each bag covers about 0.42 square feet when mounted with a standard grout spacing on approximately 1/16 inch. Use our tile estimator to calculate how much you need for your project.
Tile thickness is nominally 2.88 mm, which is about 35% thinner than most of the glass mosaic tile we sell, but the actual thickness is probably running more than 3mm. Mixed-media mosaics and even mosaic table tops are routinely made from dissimilar materials with even greater differences in thickness. It makes grouting a little more work but not too difficult, and it is a great way to add texture and visual interest to a mosaic.
This tile can be cut with minimal force using the Mosaic Glass Cutters that we sell.
Mounting Stained Glass Tiles
Use in Mosaic Art
Using different materials in mixed-media mosaic is a great way to add texture, dimension, and visual interest.
Not For Floors
Morjo™Stained Glass Mosaic Tiles 3/4 inch is non-porous and can be used outdoors, but we don’t recommend it for flooring.
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.