Oceanside Southwest Reaction OpalArt - 96 COE

Unit Size* Price Qty 
small 8" x 8" $7.95 USD
medium 12" x 12" $17.25
sheet 24" x 24" $68.95

Standard shipping requires 'sheet' size to be cut into 2 large pieces
Item# XFRSW
Availability: Expected to be available August 01, 2021. Subject to change. Pre-order now!

Product Features

  • Create art with amazing swirls of bright color
  • Each piece is unique, capturing different colors and designs
  • Fantastic for stained glass, mosaics and fusing - 96 COE

Product Description

Add Dramatic Swirls to your Fused Glass Art!
Southwest Reaction Opal Art features rich hues swirled together. Part of the beauty of this glass is the uniqueness of each piece - not only is the swirl pattern different, but the ways the molten colors react with one another to create intriguing new tones is stunning. Images shown are examples of some of the wide range of colors and patterns that may occur in your piece.

This dual-duty product is perfect for stained glass applications and is also fully heat compliant for use by the hot glass artist. 96 COE.
 

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

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Pros : This glass offers TWO sides that are completely different. The wild and crazy beautiful side is SO great for kaleidoscope bodies.I make side by side cuts so the colors run consecutively around the scope.Where the first side and the last side meet I always make the bottom of the scope. This works well for lamp shades too! Every piece of the scrap leftover from my projects is super for jewelry and mosaics and kaleidoscope wheels! It is easy to cut and the price is right.! In a flat glass project, even when using the alternate side as the front viewing surface which is a one color aqua tone, in the sunlight the crazy wild side shows through giving an almost 3D effect, Surprising!
Cons : I wish this style glass was made in MORE three color combinations !Red,black and white please!
Other Thoughts : Do not be afraid of this glass..it is easy to cut!I use a Fletcher steel wheel carbide cutter and it has never gone wrong!
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Pros : Exceptional colors for Southwest projects.
Cons : back of piece is only light blue and white. Still very pretty.
Other Thoughts : This is a stunning piece of glass and, as a fan of Southwest design, this glass will be a hit! The colors are outstanding.
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Pros : Really striking colors and wonderful mixing technique. This is a unique and beautiful glass for fusing projects. Catalog color representation is very close to the actual glass colors.
Cons : Should have ordered more for my inventory.
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