Bullseye French Vanilla With Light Turquoise Blue Cascade Double Rolled - 90 COE

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large 16" x 20" $59.25 USD

Item# B253730
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Product Features

  • Each Sheet is one-of-a-kind!
  • Premium handmade Bullseye glass
  • French Vanilla opal and Cascade Blue transparent create a stunning, reactive streaky glass
  • Tested compatible 90 COE


Product Description

This unique mix of French Vanilla and Turquoise Blue creates a reaction when combined,  which will enhance any piece. No two pieces are alike. Double Rolled, 3mm. 90 COE.

Bullseye French Vanilla is a selenium / sulphur  bearing glass and will react with glass that contains copper, including light turquoise blue, when fired. 

Delphi Note: Due to the pattern placement on this sheet glass, Bullseye French Vanilla and Light Turquoise Blue Cascade is not available in small or medium sizes. This is to ensure you receive the full width of of the glass sheet (a stunning Turquoise streak cascading between rich French Vanilla).

Curved project created by artist Roy Kapp. Circle project by artist Sara Buxton. 

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

Product Details

  • Sheet Size: 35"x20"
  • Thickness: 3mm (1/8")

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  •   Too much French Vanilla
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Pros : THe turquoise/brown reaction is just down the center of the french vanilla. tlthough the reaction is very pretty,The majority of the glass is french vanilla.
Cons : too expensive for getting mainly french vanilla.
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  •   Nice but missing colors
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