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|000009||Reactive cloud opal||(BEgt) May react with Cu and Ag. Stron red reaction
|000013||Opaque white||(BEgt) Stable. No color shift.
(LL) According to BE sheet glass does not contain leas, rods do.
|000024||Tomato red||(BEgt) Color opalizes upon firing, becoming more consistent. Color may dapple with excessive heatwork.||Ret|
|000025||Tangerine Orange||(BEgt)Opalizes upon firing, becoming darker and much more consistent in color.||Ret|
|000034||Lt peach cream||(BEgt)Stable. No color shift.||Ret|
|000100||Black||(BEgt)Although termed an opal due to its almost total lack of light transmission, this is (in terms of its composition) actually a transparent glass.Low viscosity. Will flow sooner and more than other glasses. In very thin sections the color may vary from reddish/gray to bluish/gray.||Ret|
|000101||StiffBlack||(BEgt)Stable. No color shift.||Ret|
|000108||Powder Blue||(BEgt) Stable. No color shift.||Ret|
|000112||Mint Green||(BEgt) Stable. No color shift.||Ret|
|000113||White||(BEgt) Opalizes upon firing. Slight dappling apparent in transmitted light.||Ret|
|(BEgt) Stable. No color shift.||Ret|
|000116||Turquoise blue||(BEgt) A copper glass. May have dark color reaction at interface with cadmium/selenium or sulfur glasses (000125, 000120, 000124, 001120, 001125, 001122, 001137, 001437, 000137).||Ret|
|000117||Mineral Green||(BEgt) Stable. No color shift.||Ret|
|000118||Periwinkle||(BEgt) Stable. No color shift.||Ret|
|000120||Canary yellow||(BEgt) A cadmium glass. See notes on reactions with ( 001116, 001408, 001417, 000144, 000145, 000146)||Ret|
|000124||Red||(BEgt) A cadmium/selenium glass. Can react with lead-bearing glasses or overglazes. Possible reactions with (001311, 001215). Much color variation typical upon firing. If specific color is important, always test before beginning project. Use glasses from same dates. Do not assume that sheets of the same color when cold will fire identically.||Ret|
|000125||Orange|| (BEgt) Cadmium/selenium glass.
Can fuse darker (more red) or lighter (more yellow) than cold sheet.
(LL) May get dark reaction with copper glasses
( 000116, 001408, 001417, 000144, 000145, 000146)
|000126||Spring Green||(LL) A green color that can be used with red/yellow group||Ret|
|000127||Nougat Rod||(BEgt) Stable. No color shift.
|(BEgt) Stable. No color shift.||Ret|
|000136||DecoGray||(BEgt) Stable. No color shift.||Ret|
|000137||French Vanilla|| (BEgt) A sulfur glass. May react with gold-bearing lead
(001311, 001411, 000301, 000305) and copper
(001116, 001408, 001417, 000144, 000145, 000146)
glasses to create dark interface (lead sulfide, copper sulfide).
Very viscous; will flow later and less than other glasses.
Generally more sensitive to heat-history and more likely
to show variation in color after fusing than many opals.
When fired on edge, a clear distinction between outside and interior surfaces
is commonly seen (a variation used by designers).
This glass may become increasingly white with repeated firings.
Consider using glass from the same batch for a given project.
(LL) A very interesting glass, of which I have heard many comments
|000138||Marzipan Striker||(BEgt) As cold may appear mostly transparent with variation in color density. Opalizes to a consistent, marzipan/off-white upon firing.||Ret|
|(BEgt) May appear mostly transparent with lacy patches of color.
Opalizes to a consistent almond/off-white color upon firing.
(LL) A new glass of which I have't heard much comments
|000141||Dark Forest Green||(BEgt) As cold partly transparent. Dappled backside. Opalizes upon firing. Dappling may occur, especially if exposed to excessive heatwork.||Ret|
|000142||Neo Lavender||(BEgt) Will appear more pink in incandescent light; more blue in fluorescent.
Stable. No color shift.
(LL)The color is sensitive to illumination both before and after firing.
|000143||Lacy White||(BEgt) White translucent glass with clear dapples suggesting lace. Clear dapples will strike to white, disappearing. Translucence of this now entirely white sheet will vary.||Ret|
|000144||Teal Green||(BEgt) Some light/dark variations common on surface. Light/dark variations generally disappear on firing. Dark interface reaction likely with sulfur glasses (001137, 001437, 000137).||Ret|
|000145||Jade Green||(BEgt) Some light/dark variations common on surface. Light/dark variations generally disappear on firing. Dark interface reaction likely with sulfur glasses (001137, 001437, 000137).||Ret|
|000146||Steel Blue||(BEgt) At tack fusing temperatures, the surface frequently develops a metallic gray film. This usually disappears at full fusing temperatures. To avoid metallic filming, use an overglaze or cover with thin clear glass. To maintain the metallic effect, fire as quickly and low as possible. Consider stencil spraying of an overglaze to create patterns of metallic and non-metallic blue. Dark interface reaction likely with sulfur glasses (001137, 001437, 000137). Learn more by downloading Special Effects: 0146 Steel Blue (LL) The silver greay reaction is irreversible. If the glass id fired trough reaction zone back to blue, the surface color is stable. One has tosandblast or grind away quite deep to get a new reactive surface.||Ret|
|000147||Deep Cobalt Blue||(BEgt) Stable. No color shift.||Ret|
|000149||Coffee Cream Striker||(LL) Not produced any more||Ret|
|000164||Egyptian Blue||(BEgt) Opalizes upon firing. May contain thin threads of color variation.||Ret|
|000203||Woodland brown||(BEgt) Opalizes upon firing.
Color becomes slightly lighter with slight dappling.
(LL) In principle may react with all reactive colors, but the reulting hue is pretty close to original.
|0000212||Olive Green||(BEgt) cold:Consistent color. Partly transparent. Slightly dappled. Fired:Opalizes upon firing. Consistent color, slightly lighter than the cold sheet.||Ret|
|000216||Lt Cyan||(BEgt) As cold very slight orange-peel mottling. At full fuse, capped or uncapped, the mottling disappears and the color is consistent, even and pure. At slumping temperatures and low-tack fusing temperatures (1150-1250°F/621-677°C), gray clouding may occur (similar to Steel Blue 000146), especially where contamination from oils and/or cleaner is left behind during the cleaning process. Solution: cap this color with clear or test for each specific application. The clouding can be erased from an uncapped piece by capping with clear glass and firing to a full fuse||Ret|
|000220||Sunflower Yellow||(BEgt) Matures to a consistent deeper yellow. Color will shift toward 000120 with excessive heatwork.||Ret|
|000224||Deep Red||(BEgt) Color may contain streaky variation
(LL)Red color that apparently does not react with blue/green group.
(Barbara Muth) Reacts with itself like French Vanilla. There is a reaction stripe between pieces,
|000225||Pimento Red||(BEgt) Color matures to red and
becomes more consistent upon firing.
(LL) Red color that apparently does not react with blue/green group
|000227 000227|| Golden
|Cold: Browner than in the struck sheet, the color matures to golden green during the firing process. Fired: 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.(LL) Striker||Ret|
|000236||Slate grey||(BEgt) Stable. No color shift.||Ret|
|(BEgt)Striker. May appear mostly clear with patches of thin milky white. Opalizes upon firing. Consistent color, thin milky white. Color may become slightly streaky and transparent with excessive heatwork.||Ret|
|000301||Pink|| (BEgt) Surface color variations common; some light dappling. Color range from light pink to deeper shades of lavender pink. Slight mottling on back of sheet.
Typically deepens in coloration on firing. Dark interface reaction possible with sulfur glasses (001137, 001437, 000137). Mottling disappears on firing.
Not in the latest catalog #6
|000303||Dusty Lilac||(BEgt) Stable. No color shift.
Not in the latest catalog #6
(LL) Conteins lead over 1 percent
|(BEgt) As cold bolor range from paler to deep shades. Some variations from pink to brown tones. Slight mottling on back of sheet. Generally deepens in hue on firing. Dark interface reaction possible with sulfur glasses ((001137, 001437, 000137). Mottling disappears on firing.||Ret|
|000309||Cinnabar||(BEgt) Matures to a red/cinnabar color. May appear slightly dappled.||Ret|
|000310||Umber||(BEgt) Opalizes to a more consistent color. May dapple slightly.||Ret|
|000312||Pea pod green||(BEgt) Stable. No color shift.||Ret|
|000313||Dense White||(BEgt) Stable. No color shift.
Not in production
|000320||marigold Yellow||(BEgt)Cold:May appear partly transparent with wide variations in color density. Overall look of a lighter, brighter yellow such as 000120. Fired: Matures to an opaque marigold yellow. May appear slightly dappled.||Ret|
|(BEgt) Matures to pumpkin orange, which may contain slight color variations.||Ret|
|000329||Burnt Orange||(BEgt) At full fuse and capped with clear glass, the mottling may remain but become faint in transmitted light. Lighter wisps may appear in reflected light. When uncapped, the mottling tends to even out and the color becomes more consistent and even.||Ret|
|000332||Plum striker||(BEgt)Striker. Color darkens in extended firing||Ret|
|000334||Gold Purple||(BEgt)Matures to a consistent gold/purple.
May become much darker with excessive heatwork.
(LL) I regard it as a striker
|000336||Deep Grey||(BEgt)Slightly dappled||Ret||000337|| Butter
|(BEgt) At full fuse and capped with clear glass, the mottling usually remains. When fired uncapped, the mottling is less obvious and the color evens out to become more consistent.||Ret|
|000403||Opaline striker||(BEgt)Slightly dappled. Works well over bright opal colors to create pastels||Ret||000421||Petal Pink||(BEgt) Stable. No color shift.
(LL) A reddish color that apparently does not react with blue/green group.