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CBS Dichroic Texture: Ripple Rainbow 2 on black

4.5 out of 5 stars (2 Customer Reviews)

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Dichroic - A very popular texture which makes stunning jewellery! Simply cut a top layer of clear glass slightly larger than the texture and fire. This glass is fantastic as it maintains its textural appearance even at high temperatures. A 'must have' for all studios. Also available on clear and with a variety of coatings.

Quarter Sheet Sizing: Quarter sheets of textured dichroic glass are a quarter of a circle with a small section of the curved edge removed. The area of a textured quarter sheet is around 440 sq cm, which is about the same area as 4.4 10x10cm sheets. Sometimes the textured dichroics come without the edge missing, in which case the area will be about 450 sq cm. See the Dichroic Glass FAQ pdf for more information.

All our glass is COE90, Bullseye Glass compatible and suitable for warm glass applications such as glass fusing, glass casting and glass slumping (unless otherwise stated in the description).

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4.5 out of 5 stars
5 out of 5 stars Saturday 21 January, 2017 By Susan McQueen - See all my reviews
If you cut a square piece for a pendant, and instead of capping with a larger piece of 3mm clear to ensure it does not creep back and give uneven edges, instead, cut the glass, say 3mm smaller along each edge, pop on top and fully fuse until rounded off. The main part under clear glass will look like mountains from a topographical map, and the edges will turn up against the clear cap and give the smooth cab an opal foil effect with just a small amount of uncapped glass looking luscious and smooth as a border over black, Also very popular as a pendant. Too chunky to work this with earrings, but simply cut earring sized slices, with no other layers. They will be plenty thick enough to produce a strong pair of earrings. The hardest part will be pairing them as it is difficult to know how much volume is in an earring compared to the other, due to the topography of the glass. Watch your fingers, splinters quite a bit with very jaggy edges, but goes relatively smooth and rounded on a full fuse.
4 out of 5 stars Monday 03 October, 2011 By Helen Peters
Just Lush, I love all the ripple glass

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