1/2 Lb DichroMagic Solid Colors Dichroic Scrap On Black - 96 COE

$47.95 USD
Item# X15333
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Product Features

  • Made by Austin Thin Films
  • Assortment of colors on thin black
  • Good for Fusing - 96 COE
  • Sizes are perfect for jewelry making

Product Description

Save Big with Dichroic Scrap Packs
A little Dichroic glass goes a long way to spice up your projects! Odds and ends give you plenty of colors and coatings to choose from, in just the right size for jewelry makers! Add as accents on larger projects or even as a focal point. During firing, a crazing effect appears, creating a subtle crinkle appearance in the color coating,  1/2 Lb of DichroMagic glass scrap on thin black. 96 COE.

There are no extra boxing charges for scrap glass packs. Photo is one example, assortments will vary.

Pendant by artist Melanie Churchill. Dichroic bracelet by Mandy Codd, from Delphi's Online Artist Gallery. 

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Pros : I got a good selection of dichro glass of reasonable sizes. Very happy.
Cons : Some pieces were oddly shaped and had limited use.
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Pros : very happy, no scratches, glass was pacaged well & in good order. A good variety of colours.
Cons : none
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  •   Nice Uniform Pieces and Smooth!
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Pros : I liked that the pieces were great for jewelry size art. They were smooth so i could acid etch on them, use decals, or just incorporate them into any project. There was a huge variety of colors also. Most of the pieces were thin but that is great if you are making smaller jewelry pieces and you get more for your money in weight.
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