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Spectrum Firelight White Opal by System 96

Unit Size* Price Qty 
medium 12" x 12"   $8.35 USD
Mixable at 12 for discount
large 16" x 24"   $22.15

Item# S209FLE
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Product Description
Spectrum's FireLight virtually defines the concept of "opalescent" with its glimmering translucents and slightly textured surface. A soft shell white, FireLight is more translucent than Spectrum Solid White #S200 and blends well with other colors.

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5 stars I love this glass By on
Pros : This glass is great for clouds. I am currently using it for a nature scene on a large panel. It disperses light wonderfully. Nice Fire
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Pros : Love the warm defused light quality and pattern.
Cons : More difficult to cut.
Other Thoughts : I keep coming back to this great white time and again.
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Pros : This glass is phenomenal! The fire glow when held to the light is wonderful for clouds, snow, Christmas ornaments or whatever you can imagine. Grinds very well.
Cons : None
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