Oceanside Fusers Reserve Reactive OpalArt - 96 COE

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small 8" x 8" $6.85 USD
medium 12" x 12"
sale $10.00
sheet 24" x 24"
sale $41.00

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  • Limited edition Fuser's Reserve Glass
  • Available only while supplies last
  • Clear glass with swirls of tin that create a burgundy reaction when fused with copper-bearing glass
  • See a reaction with X23076, X23374 and more!
  • Download the FREE Tip Sheets
  • Tested compatible - 96 COE

Product Description

Don't Miss Limited Edition Fusers' Reserve Glass
Available only while supplies last - don't miss your chance to create with limited edition glass. Made in small batches, this tested compatible fusible glass is a fantastic way to create one-of-a-kind art.

Reactive OpalArt™ is an un-assuming clear texture, but it creates extraordinary color reactions in your fused art. The special formulation contains swirls of tin throughtout the glass, which will react to glass containing copper to create a burgundy tone where the two meet.
Note: you must position the tin-bearing (topside) of the glass against the copper-bearing glass to create a reaction. To find the topside, run your fingertips across the glass; the side on which the swirl texture can be felt is the topside.

This nearly colorless glass goes into the kiln, and creates rich burgundy and red tones where there is a reaction.

See examples of this unique glass combined with Peacock Green, as well as the limited edition Reactive Copper Opal in the additional images. Don't forget to download the free tip sheets for details to help get the most out of this exciting glass.

Click here to see copper bearing glass. 

Download the Fusers' Reserve Reactive OpalArt Tip Sheet Tip Sheet and Fusers' Reserve Reactive Copper + Reactive Opal Art Tip Sheet. Find out about more reactive glass with the System 96 Reactive Color Chart.

Artist Jeannette W., created dots platter using Y-96 glass. Notice turquoise dots picked up OpalArt swirl pattern when fired. Y-96 glass may have some devitrification. For this project the Y-96 glass was fired 3 times, try coating with super spray to prevent this. Last project image courtesy of Kim France, from Delphi's Online Artist Gallery.

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

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Pros : Easy to cut and fuse. I layered it on top of turquoise and my pieces turned out beautiful.
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