Dichroic Primary Color Crinklized Starter Pack On Thin Black - 96 COE

$141.95 USD
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Item# XCB640
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Product Features

  • Made from CBS Dichroic Glass
  • High quality of assorted dichroic colors
  • Ideal for creating visible textures
  • On thin black - 96 COE
  • Small size can be conveniently stored


Product Description

CBS starter packs are a convenient way to create with a wide variety of dichroic glass. Perfect for adding a splash of eye-catching color to your piece. Upon firing this gorgeous glass the dichroic the surface crinkles, sending thousands of miniature crystalline-like mirrors upwards and creating dynamic shapes throughout. The result is brilliantly colored texture, like never before! For maximum effect, fuse to a peak temperature of 1475 F degrees or higher. Changes in angle, background and lighting will affect what color is seen. On thin black. 96 COE.

There are no extra boxing charges for glass packs. Photo is one example. Actual glass may vary from photo.

Cabochons and lizard project courtesy of CBS. Fused jewelry by artist Mary Schroeder, from Delphi's Online Artist Gallery.

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Pros : Not a bad color in the set. Fires beautifully and is very consistent. I highly recommend it.
Cons : None
Other Thoughts : It is more expensive than some of the other brands but the results are worth the money. So much so that I will now only buy CBS.
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