Silver On Thin Clear - 90 COE

Unit Size* Price Qty 
4" square 4" x 4" $22.95 USD
1/4 sheet 8" x 8" $60.95
sheet 19" x 19" $218.95

Item# 90124
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Product Description

CBS Dichroic Glass. Dynamic, alluring and almost magical, dichroic glass will add a new dimension to your next visual art project! Dichroic glass energizes, compels and captivates - it is an amazing material that adds color and intrigue to art glass. Dichroic creates a dazzling rainbow of colors that changes right before your eyes: just view it at different angles, backgrounds and lighting.

Available in 4" x 4" squares, quarter sheets, and full sheets. Quarter sheets are about 8" x 8" with a curved edge. Full sheets have a 19" diameter. 90 COE. Colors here are shown for black dichroic reflected.

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

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Pros : Just like the basic black dress, this silver dichroic is a staple with my fusing. I use it as a backing to transparent glass to get a wonderfully sparkly look. I also use it on top on of other dichroic glass and etch patterns on the silver so that the dichroic below shows through. It is very versatile.
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  •   Adds sparkle in any layer
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Pros : This is the dichroic glass I use most -- not only does it impart a beautiful sparkle on top, but it turns any transparent glass into a dichroic-looking glass when used as a base layer!
Cons : none
Other Thoughts : When marking with a sharpie, be sure to mark on the non-coated side. Marker does not like to come off the dichroic coating!
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Pros : This is the dichroic glass I use most -- not only does it impart a beautiful sparkle on top, but it turns any transparent glass into a dichroic-looking glass when used as a base layer!
Cons : none
Other Thoughts : When marking with a sharpie, be sure to mark on the non-coated side. Marker does not like to come off the dichroic coating!
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