Oceanside Black Opal Hi-Fire Iridescent - 96 COE

Unit Size* Price Qty 
small 8" x 8" $10.65 USD
medium 12" x 12" $23.15
sheet 24" x 24" $92.55


Standard shipping requires 'sheet' size to be cut into 2 large pieces
Item# X1009I
Availability: Expected to be available November 18, 2020. Subject to change. Pre-order now!

Product Features

  • Designed for fusing but equally beautiful in stained glass projects
  • Hi-Fire Iridescent coating withstands multiple firings
  • Machine rolled for a consistent pattern & texture
  • 96 COE

Product Description

Hi-Fire Iridescents feature a super smooth surface and unsurpassed cutability. Iridescents have a satin-like gleam that is as beautiful before firing as it is after. Fire it Irid-side up, Irid-side down - or between layers. You can even fire over and over again! 96 COE.

For shipping 24" x 24" glass is cut to two 12" x 24" pieces.

Platter below created by artist Christine Hanses.

Photo above is a general representation of glass colors. Colors may vary. Sizes are Approximate.

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  •   Gorgeous Black Iridescence
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Pros : Cuts sharp and wonderfully straight. Fusing caped produces a velvety rainbow iridescense bright with colors, uncaped a gorgeous "exposed metal" sheen.
Cons : When grinding, glass "froths" residues more than other types of glass.
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