Metallic Black Premium Opaque 1/4 Lb Bundle - 104 COE

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Product Features

  • Glass has a metallic, iridescent sheen after exposure to the flame
  • Made from Effetre Italian glass. 104 COE

Product Description

Glass matures to a deep black color with an iridescent, metallic sheen. Main image shows glass after firing. Premium Opaque rods offer a palette of pastel colors that are wonderful alone or as the base of a bead. Create fantastic florals, bold patterns or solid color cores to embellish with these must-have hues. Premium colors are made in small special production batches, and may vary from batch to batch. 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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