For discussion of processes related to using Bullseye glass, including kilnforming and kilncasting, torchwork, blowing and stained glass.
I researched the glasstips but could not find the answer to what is in the glass that makes it shift colors under different light conditions. Could someone please explain this? Thank you.
The colorant in Neolavender 1442 is neodymium, and the colorant in Rhubarb 1859 is praseodymium.
Mary Kay Nitchie
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Fascinating read on the history of these metals and use in glass. Thank you.
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