DichroMagic Sample Pack On Thin Black - 96 COE

$94.95 USD
Item# A6150
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  • Ideal for jewelry making or adding dichroic accents to fused projects
  • Contains 19 1-1/2" x 3" pieces
  • Unique color coating creates amazing effects
  • 96 COE

Product Description

Contains 19 1-1/2" x 3" pieces. Use as a color reference set, or a wonderful way to get a huge assortment of glass for jewelry making. Image shown on thin black. The unique color coatings create amazing effects when viewed in different lighting, from different angles, or when layered. Colors shift and sparkle with metallic brilliance. During firing, a crazing effect appears, creating a subtle crinkle appearance in the color coating, see image below. 96 COE.

There are no extra boxing charges for glass packs. Photo is one example. Actual glass may vary from photo.

Pendant by artist Melanie Churchill, dichroic bracelet by artist Mandy Cobb from Delphi's Online Artists Gallery. 

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Pros : Nice variety. I used this after I fired a small piece for my customers to choose colors for pieces. Easy to cut. Fires nicely.
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Pros : What a lovely selection and the pieces are large enough to actually do some nice things with. They are so pretty together though that I don't want to separate them! This is a good box to try out some different colors and expand your working palette. Good deal!
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Other Thoughts : Definitely recommend this item for a variety of applications.
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