5 Oz Deep Gray Opal Fine Frit - 90 COE

$9.95 USD
Item# B033681
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Product Features

  • From creating fused pictures in glass to cast glass jewelry - frit is a staple for any fusing artist!
  • Convenient jars keep your frit under control and your work area tidy
  • 5 oz jars - 90 COE

Product Description

Try a Little - Top Quality Glass Frit in Small, Convenient Bottles
Bullseye frits are made from crushed, screened and magnetically cleaned Bullseye Fusible sheet glass. Use glass frit for your pate de verre and glass casting projects, or add pizazz to your fusing and kiln-formed glass jewelry. 5 oz jars. Tested compatible 90 COE. Glass is opaque.

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Pros : This gray can be used at lead lines in a fused glass mosaic. I love frit in all forms and colors.
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