DichroMagic Colored Dichroic Frit Sampler - 90 COE

$62.95 USD
Item# 153423
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  • The dichroic coatings you love - now on colored frits!
  • Features 7 different colors - Red, Lemon Chiffon Yellow, Lime Green, Aqua Blue, Cobalt Blue, Clear and Black
  • Coated with quality Dichro Magic Coating by Austin Thin Films
  • 90 COE


Product Description

The Dichroic Coatings You Love - Now on Colored Frit!
The stunning, glamorous colors of dichroic glass are now available on colored frits.  Find exotic color combinations that shift right before your eyes. During firing, a crazing effect occurs, creating a subtle crinkle appearance that enhances the metallic brilliance and depth of your art.

Sampler includes 7 colors - Red/Cyan on Transparent Light Cherry, Amber/Blue on Transparent Lemon Chiffon Yellow, Yellow Green/Magenta on Transparent Lime Green, Clear/Red on Transparent Aqua Blue, Light Blue/Copper on Transparent Cobalt Blue, Rainbow on Clear and Rainbow on Black. 1/2 oz of each color for a total of 3-1/2 oz. 90 COE. Frit particles range from coarse to mosaic frit size. 

Delphi Recommends: "I am a huge fan of dichroic frit. I love using it to add a touch of sparkle to my pieces. I am very excited by the possibilities of colored dichroic frit. Now you can add dichroic shine and color all at once! This frit is great for fused glass jewelry, accent color and more!" - Kayleigh Delphi Merchandiser

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