Green/ Magenta Blue Aurora Borealis On Thin Clear - 96 COE

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sheet 19" x 19" $211.95 USD

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More Pizzazz For Your Projects -- Full 19" Diameter Sheets Now Available!
Aurora Borealis patterns add fluid color and a sense of movement to your warm glass projects. CBS Dichroics has perfected a tooling process that produces colorful dichroic in swirls and clouds throughout each sheet.

Made on thin glass, they are excellent for making jewelry and creating layered fused projects, like the plate below. Plate below uses Aurora Borealis glass; image courtesy of CBS Dichroics.

Available in 19" diameter full sheets. 96 COE. Pictured on black to better show pattern.

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

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  •   dichroic crazy
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Pros : love it, you dont even have to be clever
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  •   My Favourite Dichroic
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Pros : The best colors,stunning to etch with a dremel tool (fuse onto black opal). Smooth fired finish. My favorite of all dichroics of any brand.
Cons : It disappears too quickly as it sells as fast as I can fuse it into jewelery.
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