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Pink Opalescent Sheet Glass

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May React With

Selenium, Sulfur

See our Bullseye Reactive Potential charts for more information

Cold Characteristics

Surface color variations common; some light dappling. Color range from light pink to deeper shades of lavender pink. Slight mottling on back of sheet.

Working Notes

Typically deepens in coloration on firing. Dark interface reaction possible with sulfur glasses (001137, 001437, 000137). Mottling disappears on firing.

Fusible / Bullseye-compatible.

Pink Opalescent Rod

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Cold Characteristics

Palest pink with a slight blue cast.

Working Notes

Torch: Strike this glass to pink by working it in the flame, then cooling it just outside of the flame and then gradually reheating it. Once struck it should be medium to dark pink while it is still hot. If the glass looks white, continue to cool and gradually reheat the glass until it strikes. The pink is easier to strike if it has been worked in a cooler flame to begin with; try to work with it farther out in the flame, away from the nozzle. When molten, this glass has a low viscosity and can be quite soft, which may result in a blurred edge where it meets other glasses. We advise labeling all striking glasses.

Kiln: Not recommended for kilnforming.

Pink Opalescent Glass Confetti

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