1 Lb Clear Transparent Coarse Frit - 90 COE

$18.95 USD
Item# B110193
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Product Features

  • Made from Bullseye Sheet Glass
  • Course grain, transparent
  • Good for Fusing - 90 COE
  • Great for Jewelry and Casting Projects


Product Description

A fusers favorite! Bullseye frits are made from clean-crushed and screened Bullseye Compatible
sheet glass. Frits may be used in hot glass work such as pate de verre, flameworking,
kiln-casting, and other techniques with these versatile little grains. Great for jewelry and casting
projects! Course transparent frit, packaged in a wide-mouth 1 lb jar. 90 COE.

Third image shows Bullseye course frit before and after firing. Fused Dragonfly by artist Michelle Rial, from Delphi's Online Artist Gallery.

 

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Pros : Economical with both time and money. I have a frit maker and it is not a simple process-need a breathing mask, jars to store different size frit and time to pound up the glass. This frit is a great size and ready to go. Fuses clear and smooth.
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Other Thoughts : All the cathedral colors should come in the coarse size.
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