1 Lb CBS Crinklized Dichroic Scrap On Thin Black - 96 COE

$102.95 USD
Item# X64092
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Product Features

  • Premium CBS Crinklized dichroic fires to a gorgeous crystalline-like texture
  • 1 lb of assorted coatings on thin black glass, may include patterns
  • A mix of shapes and sizes ideal for creating jewelry and adding dichroic accents to fused projects
  • 96 COE


Product Description

Create with an assortment of colors, all at a discounted price. When you fire this gorgeous glass the dichroic surface crinkles, sending thousands of miniature crystalline-like mirrors upwards and creating dynamic shapes throughout the glass. The result is brilliantly colored texture, like never before! For maximum effect, fuse to a peak temperature of 1475° F or higher.

Changes in angle, background and lighting will affect what color is seen. Texture becomes visible after firing. Pack includes 1 Lb. of assorted crinklized dichroic glass pieces on thin black. 96 COE.

Image is one example, colors will vary. Image above shows glass unfired. Bowl by artist Kayleigh Clark. All other project images courtesy of CBS.

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Pros : Great way to get lots of dichro to play with.
Cons : Some pieces were scratched, making them unusable. Some shapes and sizes could not be used fully.
Other Thoughts : Overall happy.
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  •   1 Lb Cbs Crinklized
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Pros : Beautiful sparks of color!. Not one bad fire. Each pc. fired perfectly even though I didn't fire to the recommended 1475F. Only went to 1465. I can only imagine what it will look like when fired correctly.
Cons : I don't have enough money to buy a hundred pounds!. A minimum con would be to track down the actual item number when you find a pc. that you really can't live without.
Other Thoughts : Delphi did a great job of including different pc's of glass.
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