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Bullseye White Opalescent Powder Frit.  

Reactive GlassOpalescent white. Reactive glass has the potential to react under kiln heat with some copper-bearing glasses and silver leaf and foil. Fired on its own, its whiteness is slightly bluer and more translucent than white (0113).

Bullseye frit is made from crushed, screened and magnetically cleaned Bullseye Compatible sheet glass. Available in a huge variety of colours, frit gives the opportunity to add a unique element to your glass work. Frits are extremely versatile and can be used in kilnforming, including glass sketch and painting with light techniques, as well as in torch working and blowing, to create colours and patterns on surfaces. Also available in a Fine, Medium or Coarse form.  

May react with:

Copper, Silver

Working notes: 

Reactive combinations have the potential to create an interface colour, which may continue to develop through multiple firings. Copper-based reactions tend to be variations of deep red to black, while silver-based reactions are more likely to develop as earth-tones. Reactions are generally related to the amount of copper and silver content, heatwork and surface area contact. Learn more about this style by downloading the Reactive Glass info Sheet.

Looking for inspiration? Take a look at how other artists have used powders in their work in these videos.

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

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