Fuchsia Tint Bullseye Billet 1932
This stunning pink purple is reminiscent of fuchsia petals, perfect for a wide range of projects.
Each Bullseye billet is approximately 127 x 254 x 19mm and weighs about 1.5kg. The three stacked billets in the picture demonstrate the increase in colour saturation with thickness. In kiln casting, the form and particle size of the glass selected can strongly influence the appearance of the finished piece. For maximum clarity, the rule of thumb is to use the largest and thickest forms of glass. Smaller glass particles increase obscurity due to air trapped between the pieces.
Colour is essentially stable through firings, though colour may develop slightly when casting thicker material. Expect the colour to slightly shift and/or darken when firing to full fuse and casting temperatures. This subtle change compared to the unfired glass will be more apparent in thicker sections. Although true with other forms of this glass, it is most noticeable when making the thicker works for which billets were developed.
Please note the weights of the billets can vary quite a lot so we recommend that you over-compensate if you need a specific weight.
All our glass is COE90, Bullseye Glass compatible and suitable for applications such as glass fusing, glass casting and glass casting (unless otherwise stated in the description).