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Dichroic Black Stringer - 104 Coe

3.0 star rating (1 reviews)
$4.95 USD
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Gorgeous rainbow dichroic coating on a stringer that is about 18" long. Perfect for adding extra pizazz to your beads! Sold by the individual piece (image shows multiple pieces to better show coating). On black glass, COE 104.
A specialty product from CBS Dichroic company, these items have longer than average lead times. Delphi regrets we are unable to backorder this item.

Bead below created by artist Val Oswalt-De Waard.
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3 stars good idea but not perfect By on
Pros : It is a way of adding dichro to beads
Cons : have to work in very very low flame or it burns to smoky gray color
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