Red Transparent 1/4 Lb Bundle - 104 COE

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Item# 91076
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Product Features

  • Transparent glass rods - Exceptional color and clarity for bead work
  • Made from Effetre Italian glass. 104 COE
  • Striking Rod - Post fired color shown

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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.

Striking rod appears pale amber before firing. Main image shows post fired color. It may take some time at the annealing temperature to fully strike the color.

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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4 out of 5 stars
  •   it appears yellow
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Pros : Its red shows up red after its been annhealed
Cons : The rods look yellow. The label says red transparent. Its red transparent.
Other Thoughts : I ordered this twice thinking they were giving me yellow transparent by mistake. Keep the real transparent yellow and these red transparent separated. All the glass rods I have received from Delphi are very good high quality glass
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  •   Transparent Red
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Pros : It is a beautiful transparent red. It comes as an almost clear rod and comes to life under the flame as it turns red.
Cons : I don't know why it comes almost clear but it will turn red in the flame. Some times the very tip will go clear again and if you are placing only a very small amount of glass you might leave clear glass instead of red.
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