Oceanside White Opal - 96 COE

Unit Size* Price Qty 
medium 12" x 12" $14.25 USD
sheet 24" x 24" $56.95


Standard shipping requires 'sheet' size to be cut into 2 large pieces
Item# X200
In Stock Usually ships in 1 to 2 business days.

Product Features

  • Ideal for stained glass, mosaic and fusing projects
  • Consistent pattern and texture
  • Easy to cut - perfect for beginners
  • Tested for fusing - 96 COE

Product Description

The clean opacity of White Opal gives fusers unlimited options in color combining. Layer it over black without losing luminosity. Use it as a bright background for primaries or pastels. Features a bright stark white that contrasts with other colors and is more opaque than FireLight Smooth White (see image below).

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

Checker board project from "A Beginner's Guide To Kiln-Formed Glass" book #6644. "Wild Life Bowl" below, created by artist Carmen Reynolds. Image courtesy of Spectrum Glass. "Frolick" fused dish by artist Dale Keating. From Delphi's Online Artist Gallery. 

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

Product Details

  • Sheet Size: 24"x24"
  • Thickness: 3mm

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Pros : I am using this for making cross necklaces on the dark blue glass. This cuts very easy to make the small (3/16") strips to make the cross to fuse with the background blue glass.
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Pros : Cuts easily...fires white
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Pros : Perfect for bordering - used for oval and rectangular project bordering.
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How did you get started in glass? My husband Rich and his father used to have a custom stained glass window door company in Santa Clara, CA, so one day he offered to teach me stained glass. You also do beautiful beadwork, which came first, beading or warm glass? The beading came first and then my husband signed us up for a fused glass lesson at Ocean Sky Beads Glass in Oceanside, CA. I was so taken by it, that I asked him for a kiln for Christmas. Who or what inspires you? Discovering or making up new techniques inspire me the most, but I am also inspired by horses, animals and the sea. You seem to be inspired by Southwestern culture and style, tell us more about that. I grew up in Imperial Beach, CA, which is a border town to Mexico. I used to body surf at the