Oceanside 12 Pack Frit Assortment - 96 COE

$127.95 USD
Item# X83132
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Product Features

  • Get an assortment of 12 colors, all at a discounted price!
  • Sample both transparent and opalescent frit in two different grit sizes; fine and medium
  • Convenient jars keep your frit under control and your work area tidy
  • 96 COE

Product Description

A staple for hot glass artists, you will find frit useful for many applications, including jewelry and casting projects. Frit is made from sheets of Oceanside art glass. Stock your studio with a wide range of colors and you'll be ready for every project. Sampler includes twelve 8.5 oz. jars of transparent and opalescent frit in a combination of fine and medium grit. Colors may vary.

Project shown by artist Michael Dupille. From "Beginning Fritography" DVD #4799D.

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