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4 Ceramic Molds
8 Pieces of 4" x 5" thin glass
2 oz. Dichroic glass
0.18 oz E6000
6 Small pendant bails
6 Pairs sterling silver earring posts
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This item: Fused Glass Jewelry Kit - 90 COE
Makes a Huge Assortment of Jewelry Everything you need to create 6 pendants and 6 sets of earrings. Versatile molds offer an amazing variety of design options, including glass hoops and domed pendants. Use with the great sampling of glass and the possibilities are limitless! 90 COE. Buy the kit and save! A Delphi Exclusive.
Delphi exclusive reusable jewelry molds give you so many options! Make beautiful dichroic hoops and a matching pendant. Artist Melanie Churchill. This item cannot be shipped air.
Pros : Good quality and amount of dichroic and clear glass.
Cons : No white opal glass was included in my assortment - given the nice selection of clears, it would have been nice to get some white opal to use as a background layer.
Other Thoughts : There's enough glass in this package to allow you to really experiment, and I've been having a great time with it for the past couple weeks. I purchased it to supplement the meager supply of glass that came with the microwave kiln starter kit (I love the kiln, but the glass sampler that came with was pretty limited). It works well in the microwave kiln, and I would recommend this set to others who are just getting started with microwave kilning and/or jewelry making.
In 1979, a journey began. Thats the year Janet Schrader began working with glass, and she was immediately hooked. "Color is a very important part of who I am, so finding all the properties of changing color in glass has held my interest for many years. I love how glass changes color depending not only on the light source but also that it changes from morning to night as the light quality changes." Around 1988, Janet encountered dichroic glass for the first time, and fusing became the new focus of her glass art – launching her successful line of handmade jewelry which she sold nation-wide. Janets one-of-a-kind stained glass, jewelry and fused art have been met with enthusiasm, and winning awards including 1st and 2nd prize in the professional artist category for "Fusion/Cast/Kiln" work at the 2012 Glass Craft and Bead Expo in Las Vegas.
Fused Glass Jewelry Fusing glass in a kiln is a fascinating technique that enables artists to create unique and gorgeous projects. The following fusing rules and firing instructions should provide you with enough information to make a variety of projects, creating an appreciation for the complexities and potential of fused glass, and paving the way for more intricate designs and ideas. I. Tested Compatible A. All glass has a coefficient of expansion, or COE. B. Glass manufactured specifically for fusing is often "tested compatible," or guaranteed to be a certain COE. C. The most popular fusing glasses are either 90 COE (Bullseye, Uroboros, Wasser) or 96 COE (Spectrum and Uroboros). D. Always
Create this beautiful and simple fused glass pendant right in your home. Just use your Fuseworks microwave kiln and glass. Follow the link below to download and print the free directions directly from your computer screen. Project courtesy of Diamond Tech, design by Jeanne Baruth. Download Free Project Guide Viewing this file requires the use of the Adobe Acrobat Reader. If you do not have Adobe on your system, you may download Adobe Reader free from their website. Many of the supplies you need are available right here at Delphi Glass. See project guide for full list of suggested supplies.