Bullseye Tomato Red Opal Striker Double Rolled - 90 COE

Unit Size* Price Qty 
small 8" x 10" $14.85 USD
medium 10" x 16" $29.65
large 16" x 20" $59.25

Item# B002430
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Product Features

  • Double-rolled for flatter surface
  • Good for fusing, stained glass and mosaics projects
  • Striker: Glass matures to the color shown upon firing
  • 90 COE


Product Description

Create with Premium Bullseye Glass!
Premium handmade Bullseye glass is ideal for high-quality kiln work. Specifically formulated and tested for compatibility, this glass withstands multiple firings for complex projects without devitrification. The flatter double-rolled surface minimizes bubble entrapment, so colors can be layered for custom hues. A subtle "catspaw" texture allows modest light transmission when used in stained glass projects, creating an organic look.

Bullseye Tomato Red Opal Striker is a Sulphur/Selenium bearing glass and may react with glass that contains copper or lead. The Standard thickness is 3 mm. 90 COE. 

Note: Striker glass matures to the color shown upon firing. Colors may vary, depending on firing schedule, rate, atmosphere, and heat work. For color-sensitive projects, test before use.

Platter created by artist Stephen Palmer using Bullseye and dichroic glass, from Delphi's Online Artist Gallery. 

Photo above is a general representation of glass colors. Colors may vary. Sizes are Approximate.

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Pros : I wanted more red than orange, but this is very pretty glass. I can't wait to use it later.
Cons : I also ordered B2124F-am which gave me the red I needed. This is more orange than red, but I like it.
Other Thoughts : I couldn't give it a perfect 5 stars since it's more orange than red. Sorry
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Pros : Beautiful shade, slightly streaky.
Cons : A little more orangey than I was expecting.
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