Bullseye Aventurine Blue And Clear Iridized Streaky - 90 COE

Unit Size* Price Qty 
small 8" x 10" $19.95 USD
medium 10" x 16"
$39.85
sale $31.85
large 16" x 20"
$79.65
sale $63.65

Item# B214031
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Product Features

  • Streaky glass is hand-rolled with unique patterning
  • Matte iridescent coating is food safe
  • Double-rolled for a flatter surface
  • Good for fusing, stained glass and mosaic projects
  • 90 COE


Product Description

Bullseye Streaky glass is hand-rolled and controlled for mix consistency, with the unique patterning of true art glass. They combine between two and six colors of transparent and opalescent glasses to create a vibrant wash of color for any application. Glass is 3mm thick. Double rolled. Tested compatible. 90 COE.

Aventurine Blue combines a deep blue glass with metallic sparkle, producing one of the most visually rich colors in glass. When combined with clear transparent, the sparkling aventurine blue creates a stunning wash of color for any application. Ratios of Clear to Aventurine can vary from sheet to sheet.  Examples of other sheets can be seen in additional images.

Bullseye's unique matte iridescent surface is the first choice of stained glass artisans and hobbyists. When light hits its surface, it creates a rainbow effect. Designed to add lustre to all your art, iridized coatings are food safe and withstand multiple firings.

Fish platter by artist Julie Haan. Set of three plates image courtesy of Bullseye Glass. "Dogwood" serving platter by artist Cara DiMassimo. From Delphi's Online Artist Gallery. Artist Susanna Fung combined scraps of collage, streaky and opal glass to create a colorful fused glass plate.

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

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1 out of 5 stars
  •   Not What I expected
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Pros :
Cons : The 3 sheets of this glass that I recieved were mostly clear and wht color there is is certainly not as vibrant as shown in the on-line photo. I didn't even recognize it when I pulled it out of the box! Not worth the money.
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4 out of 5 stars
  •   Blue and Clear iridized
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Pros : Very nice accent piece
Cons : none
Other Thoughts : will order more of this type/color
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5 out of 5 stars
  •   Just gorgeous
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Pros : I use this glass for both tack-fused and full-fused pendants and Love it! It turns into a wash of semi-sheer, sparkly blue/bluish teal swirls in the kiln.
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Other Thoughts : I believe the other reviewer when they say their piece of this glass looked nothing like the picture. I had a similar problem with another streaky glass I ordered and really think the wrong stock numbers sometimes end up on Delphi's glass stock.
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