8.5 Oz Apple Jade Opal Medium Frit - 96 COE

$14.95 USD
Item# XF7263
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  • Convenient 8.5 oz containers come with secure screw top lids
  • Create pictures that will last - frits are perfect for illustrating designs on glass
  • 96 COE
  • A perfect way to add a bright splash of color to any design

Product Description

A staple for hot glass artists, you will find frit useful for many applications, including jewelry and casting projects. Frit is made from sheets of Oceanside art glass which is crushed, screened, and then packaged in convenient 8.5 oz jars. Glass is opaque. 96 COE. 

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  • 8.5 oz Jar

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