Royal Gold - 90 COE

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Product Features

  • Metallic finish won't burn off during firing
  • 12" x 12" size
  • 90 COE

Product Description

exclusive Add a beautiful metallic luster to your next fused glass project with this Royal Gold - 90 COE Royal Glass. The lightly textured surface and subtle pearl luster finish provide a decadent finish that can be layered with other fusible glass to make a bold statement.

All Royal Glass is handmade, so your piece may vary slightly from the photo. Glass has a clear base with a vibrant metallic finish that won't burn off during firing. You can achieve completely different looks by just changing what you place behind it. Shown above fired on clear (top) and black (bottom). Additional images show unfired on white and on black. Sold in 12" x 12" pieces. 90 COE. A Delphi Exclusive.

The pearlescent color of the Royal Gold glass is made from 100 percent nontoxic materials, which remain delicate until fired. For optimum results, do not use harsh cleansers directly on the coated side or submerge the glass in water before firing. To best retain the full richness of color coating, Royal Glass should be capped or fired with the coated side against an opaque base glass. For more tips, view the User Manual in the additional images section.

Fused bowls by artist Roy Kapp. Fused jewelry by artist Kayleigh Clark.

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Product Details

  • Sheet Size: 12"x12"
  • Thickness: 3mm (1/8")

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  •   Love the gold royal
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Pros : Be very careful in handling glass so as NOT to remove foil backing. Read instructions on this website for how to fire. My thoughts on tac fusing may not be working because the glass doesn't fully fuse to the layer underneath the royal glass. Perhaps air or water can get between the layers and cause a bad effect. I've always taken it up slowly to a full fuse and never had any come off or fade or not come out looking awesome. I do not have an automatic control unit to watch the heat, I do it manually.
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  •   Royal glass fix
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Pros : Beautiful results with this and many possibilities with various backing glasses used.
Cons : Does chip gold or other overlay color off during cutting or grinding. Use extremely gentle touch. Do not try to clean off unfused with harsh methods
Other Thoughts : Can fix minimal damage to chipped off areas using Glass line metallic gold fusible paint prior to firing
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  •   Maybe I'm doing something wrong
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Pros : I LOVE the way the unfired glass looks, and LOVE the way that firing the copper on black works.
Cons : Didn't get good results at partial fuse.
Other Thoughts : I had incredibly unsatisfactory results taking this glass to a partial kept turning yellow and losing the metallic luster.
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