Red / Silver Blue Pixie Stix On Thin Black - 96 COE

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4" square 4" x 4" $28.95 USD
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1/4 sheet 8" x 8" $86.95
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sheet 19" x 19" $298.95
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Product Features

  • Premium CBS Dichroic coating
  • Pixie Stix pattern features linear application of colors
  • Red / Silver Blue color coating
  • Thin black base glass makes layering easy
  • 96 COE


Product Description

Pixie Stix patterns add color and excitement to your warm glass projects! CBS Dichroics has perfected a tooling process that produces dichroic lines in a multiple layer effect across the surface of the glass. When fired the results are amazing colors.

Applied to thin black glass, this versatile dichroic is excellent for making jewelry and creating layered fused projects. 96 COE.

Available in 4" x 4" squares, quarter sheets, or full sheets. Quarter sheet is approximately 8" x 8" with a curved edge. Full sheets are full circles with a 19" diameter. See additional images for examples.

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

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Pros : Still another beutiful dicroic glass.
Cons : Fires darker than unfired colour which is annoying when you buy different blues and they all end up looking the same.
Other Thoughts : It would be nice to see the fired colour before buying.
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