Original patented nesting stand-offs are used for glass to glass applications. This stand-off is orientated so the glass has a designated “top”. The two most common techniques are using the standoffs to stack multiple firings of glass and/or to hide make an overlapping seam to make a multiple firings appear as one single piece of glass.
Combining these nesting stand-offs with the other Hang Your Glass wall mounts makes for a truly unique piece of art with lots of dimension. Nesting stand-offs detach for shipping and cleaning. Choose the diameter that is proportional to the piece of glass that is to be nested.
If you are attaching to aluminum background the nesting stand-off is the best option. Make sure aluminum is free of oxidation and clear paint prior to attaching the stand-off.
Available in polished or black.
Adhesive sold separately.
Hang Your Glass adhesive required for a secure, long lasting installation.
When using the charts first go by the scale of your piece rather than the weight. For most applications the scale of the piece of glass will determine the diameter needed for the stand-off.
WARNING: Pound ratings are based on the bracket only. Effectiveness can be diminished based on the dimensions and/or thickness of the artwork and/or the material and conditions of your wall. Keep out of reach of children.
This illustration show's using the same diameter of stand-offs (super duty & nesting) so it appears that the glass is drilled through but it is not. The middle piece of glass has an inverted the stand-off due to the depth of the bowl.
Alternatively, this combination of glass could have used 1 1/2" D super duty into the wall; 1" x 1 1/2" nesting and then a 3/4" x 1 1/2" (inverted).