50 Ml Glass & Metal Enamel Deluxe Pack - 20 Colors

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Product Features

  • Featuring Milton Bridge enamels for Delphi
  • Affordable quality - only 25% the cost of traditional enamels
  • Long lasting pre-mixed formula doesn't dry out in pen
  • Enamels can be mixed for an unlimited range of rich custom colors
  • Color matures upon firing
  • Fire on glass at 1382 - 1450 degrees F, fire on metal at 1450 - 1562 degrees F
  • Pack of 20 colors - 50 ml tubes

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Product Description

exclusive Create with Milton Bridge Enamels for Delphi
Add brilliantly colored details to your glass and metal art. Set includes the full assortment of 20 pre-mixed colors, eliminating the mess and guess-work of mixing to get the correct ratio - colors are already suspended in a liquid base that applies smoothly, fires cleanly and will not dry out in the pen. Apply enamels directly to your glass or metal project from the pen, or use a palette to mix custom colors and apply with a brush for different brushstroke techniques.

Allow enamels to dry completely before firing. Enamels become glossy and mature in color when fired. Note: Fired enamel colors may appear different from pre-fired colors. Fire in a kiln between 1382° - 1450° for glass. Fire in a kiln between 1450° - 1562° on metal, or fire with a torch.

Recommended by the UK Guild of Enamelers. A Delphi Exclusive!

Kit includes 20 pens that can be mixed for an endless variety of colors. 50 ml bottles each.

Assortment includes 20 colors:

  • White 
  • Pink
  • Pale Red
  • Red
  • Rosso Red
  • Crimson
  • Coral 
  • Orange
  • Yellow
  • Bright Yellow
  • Pastel Green
  • Grass Green
  • Amulet Green
  • Blue
  • Turquoise
  • Lilac
  • Purple
  • Mid Brown
  • Gray 
  • Black 
Tile project by Delphi Artists. Fused glass cabochons by artist Lexan Cranfill. Fused glass enamel bowl by artist Dane Porter. Metal enamel jewelry projects by artists Jennifer Bonesteel and Kayleigh Clark.