Bullseye Steel Blue Transparent Double Rolled - 90 COE

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sheet 20" x 32" $103.65 USD


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Item# B140630
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Product Features

  • Good for Stained Glass Projects
  • Good for Fusing - 90 COE
  • Consistent Pattern and Texture
  • Premium Handmade Glass


Product Description

For high-quality kiln work, the flatter double-rolled glass minimizes bubble entrapment. Standard thickness is 3mm.90 COE.

Bullseye Steel Blue Transparent is a Copper-bearing glass that will react with reactive glass and may react with glass containing Sulphur/Selenium.

The main image shows a closeup of the unfired glass color. In the additional images you'll see a comparison swatch of the unfired glass color (top) and the glass after firing to a full fuse (bottom). Swatch image is about 1 inch wide.

 

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

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Pros : I use this constantly as the bottom layer when full fusing. It looks great peeking out from beneath layers of blue dichro, especially blue silver.
Cons : Love the color, but it's not as pictured. The true color is less grey-blue than shown, really more of a deep blue turquoise.
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