Emerald Crinklized On Thin Black - 90 COE

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sheet 19" x 19" $272.95 USD

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Product Description

When you fire this gorgeous glass the dichroic surface crinkles, sending thousands of miniature crystalline-like mirrors upwards and creating dynamic shapes throughout the glass. The result is brilliantly colored texture, like never before! For maximum effect, fuse to a peak temperature of 1475 F degrees or higher. For more tips, click "View User Manual".

Available in full sheet circles with a 19" diameter. See below for examples. 90 COE. Pictured on black to better show reflected color and unique post-fire crinkle texture. Vase by Howard Sandberg, image courtesy of CBS Dichroics.

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

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  •   Cute look
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Pros : Clear capped develops delicate crinklized texture that is extremely nice looking by itseld and adds an interesting accent in landscape-like projects or juwelry pieces - if you want a "tree of life" decal pendant, use it as the background for the roots of the tree. Or create a cab using this as the base layer, cap with a piece of clear and put one more dichro on clear layer, dichro down (preferably some textured blue and gold) fire and all you need is to add a dolphin decal to your small but deep and sparkling ocean.
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  •   Adds great texture and visual interest
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Pros : Having seen what I thought were cabs capped in this on the CBS website, I first decided to fused this on top of black without a clear cap. Ick! But since then, I've tried this other ways and fallen in love with it. It adds terrific texture to tack fusing, especially when you pair it with a reed/fibroid and an untextured dichro at the same time. It also looks attractive inside a full-fused cab, though the resulting effect is pretty much the same as the crazing of DichroMagic glasses.
Cons : The texture is quite fine, not the rocky, chunky texture the greatly enlarged pictures imply.
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