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Golden Green Opalescent 000227

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Golden Green Opalescent Sheet Glass

bullseye golden green opalescent kiln glass 000227-0030-x-xxxx

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Contains

Selenium, Sulfur

May React With

Copper, Lead, Silver

Cold Characteristics

Browner than in the struck sheet, the color matures to golden green during the firing process.

Working Notes

May reveal subtle light/dark green wisps in a full-fuse firing. When uncapped, the mottling is less noticeable and the color more even. When capped with clear, the mottling is more noticeable.

This style is not suitable for kilncasting because it can become incompatible when held at high temperatures for an extended period. It may also become incompatible in instances where processes exceed the parameters of the test for compatibility. Testing recommended when heatwork exceeds these parameters.

Golden Green Opalescent Rod

000227-0576-F-xxxx

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Cold Characteristics

Opaque. Muted.

Working Notes

Flameworked color is a shade darker than the cold rod.

This style is not suitable for kilncasting because it can become incompatible when held at high temperatures for an extended period. It may also become incompatible in instances where processes exceed the parameters of the test for compatibility. Testing recommended when heatwork exceeds these parameters.

Torch: A range of color can be achieved by variations in heatwork within a single piece. Lighter golden color and greater opacity than in sheet glass form. Slight variation in color with different production runs.

Kiln: Lighter golden color and greater opacity than in sheet glass form. Slight variation in color with different production runs.

Golden Green Opalescent Frit

000227-0002-F-xxxx

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Working Notes

This style is not suitable for kilncasting because it can become incompatible when held at high temperatures for an extended period. It may also become incompatible in instances where processes exceed the parameters of the test for compatibility. Testing recommended when heatwork exceeds these parameters.