Light Violet Transparent 1/4 Lb Bundle - 104 COE

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Product Features

  • Transparent glass rods -- Exceptional color and clarity for bead work
  • Made from Effetre Italian glass. 104 COE


Product Description

Transparent glass rods offer a wide range of colors and exceptional clarity. Create enchanting transparent beads in single colors, layer multiple transparent colors for stunning new hues, or layer over opaque glass for extra depth and fantastic effects. Rods are about 13" long. 1/4 lb bundle. 104 COE.

Effetre rods, also known as Italian rods, are 104 COE. This soft glass is easy to manipulate for beads and small sculptural forms. Everything from brilliant rainbow colors to unique subtle shades can be found, making this extensive selection ideal for the artist that wants it all.

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Pros : Mixed with pinks and purples the violet part of its name really comes out. Used with white and other light colors the light and transparent part of its name really comes out. I like using it as the base of a bead and it gives it really deep color.
Cons : Because it is a transparent color it will change appearance depending on what it is with and over.
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