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Double Helix Rod Assortment - 104 COE

4.5 star rating (2 reviews)
$52.95 USD
A $61.40 value.
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Product Features
  • Pack of 12 rods to give you a variety and save you money!
  • Gives you the look of Boro but in 104 COE
  • "Strikes" in a reducing flame to produce amazing effects
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Product Description
exclusive Color with a Twist!
Incredible color combinations "strike" in a reducing flame, giving the look of borosilicate glass, but in 104 COE. These rods are fully compatible with Effetre and Italian glass. You can have color swirls and subtle color shifts all from a single rod!

This pack includes 12 rods in 6 different colors, each producing their own unique effect. Rods about 12" long, thickness varies from 3-4mm. Rods are individually labeled to allow easy identification. The main image above shows an example of the glass fired; additional image shows rods unfired. A Delphi Exclusive!

Artist Spotlight
The incredible glass beads shown above are by Casey Schell of RavensnRain. Casey made these beads with with Double Helix rods.

"Whether you are making a total pearlescent bead or just adding touches of mystery to your bead work Double Helix is by far the best soft silver line and is one of my favorite glasses to work with. I get better and better results every time I use this glass! By changing how much you reduce the bead you can get a full range of iridescent colors from all of their colors."
Casey Schell, RavensnRain Glass Artist.
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Pros : Beautiful results
Cons : Very expensive
Other Thoughts : Use as a stringer, or an add on for a completed bead to save on $$. Actually, a hot head torch is what you need for the reducing atmosphere. An oxygen rich flame will burn out all the beautiful effects you can get with these. Do try them, they are a fantastic addition to your bead making. Use ivory for your base so that you can see all the color reactions.....the double helix rods are full of silver, copper and other metals that will produce exquisite combos.
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Pros : These rods are so much fun to work with, even with a hot head torch you can get some really cool effects.
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