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Bullseye lasien värireaktiot Be color reactions



BE color comments

Comments marked (BEgt) are from Bullsey
glassstips
Comments marked (BEtt) are from Bullsey Torchstips
Comments marked (LL) are mine

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001101 Clear (BEgt) Very faint green tint when viewed on edge. Stable. No color shift
(LL) You can often use cheaper Tekta instead.
Ret
001105 Deep Plum (BEgt) Stable. No color shift.
(BEtt) Very dark transparent, could be mistaken for black.
Ret
001107 Lt Green (BEgt) Light transparent green. A stable green.
[LL] A green that apparently is not reactive and can be used (?) with reds and yellows. Test it first.
Ret
001108 Aquamarine Blue (BEgt) Stable. No color shift /td> Ret
001109 Dark rose Brown (BEgt) Consistent Color. No color shift Ret
001112 Aventurine Green (BEgt) A supersaturated chrome glass with metal flake glints in reflected light.
(BEtt) When molten, this glass has an extremely low viscosity and can be quite soft, which may result in a blurred edge where it meets other glasses. 001112 is more of a blue-green with smaller sparkles than 001412.
(LL) A gorgeous sparkling green. Best in reflective light. Compare to1412 which is more yellow green.
Ret
001114 Deep Royal Blue (BEgt) Consistent Color. No color shift
Dense color that remains strong even in thin applications.
(LL) Dark deep blue
Ret
001116 Turquoise Blue (BEgt) A copper glass. May have black interface reaction with certain cadmium and/or sulfur glasses (001137, 001437, 000137, 000120, 000125, 001125, etc.) . Ret
001118 Midnight Blue (BEgt) Consistent Color. No color shift
(BEtt) Dense color that remains strong even in thin applications.
Ret
001119 Sienna (BEgt) With excessive heatwork, can opalize to a dark green/brown.
(BEtt) The brown color of this style results from reactions between several of the elements that are listed as reactive with one another elsewhere on this chart. As such, it may react with many of the other glasses that contain these elements. However it is likely that the reaction will be subtle or unnoticeable due to similarities in the color of the reaction and the color of the glass. We advise labeling all striking glasses.
Ret
001120 Yellow (BEgt) A cadmium glass. May fire slightly deeper than the cold sheet. May react with copper glasses. (001137, 001437, 000137, 000120, 000125, 001125, etc.). . See notes on multiple firings. (?)
(LL) Some sheets may mature more than specified and are then marked as strikers. Easy to mix with 1320. nark the pieces.
Ret
001122 Red (BEgt) A cadmium/selenium glass. Generally fires deeper (more red) than cold sheet. "Catspaw" effect disappears on firing. See general notes on striking glasses and multiple firings. Ret
001125 Orange (BEgt) A cadmium/selenium glass. Generally fires deeper (more red) than cold sheet. See general notes on striking glasses and multiple firings. Ret
001126 Chartreuse (BEgt) Cold:Color may appear varied in density. Fired:More consistent color density. No shift in hue. With excessive heatwork, color opalizes and turns a dense green/brown.
(BEtt) Strikes to a variety of greens ranging from dark yellow-green to lighter pale green.
Ret
001128 Deep Royal Purple (BEgt) Cold: Very dark glass. Little light transmission in 3 mm thickness. Stable. No color shift. Ret
001129 Charcoal Grey (BEgt) Cold: Very dark glass. May have very slight pink/purple coloration of gray. Stable. No color shift. Ret
001137 Medium Amber (BEgt) A sulfur glass. May have dark interface reaction with copper-bearing (001116, 001408, 001417, 000116, 000144, 000145, 000147) and lead-bearing (001311, 001411, 000301, 000305) glasses. Ret
001141 Olive Green (BEgt) No color shift. Slight opalizing with excessive heatwork. (BEtt) Stabiili vihreä Ret
001145 Kelly Green (BEgt) Color may become cloudy with excessive heatwork.
(BEtt) Dense color that remains strong even in thin applications.
Ret
001164 Caribbean Blue No information Ret
001207 Fern Green (BEgt) Consistent Color. No color shift
Ret
001215 Lt Pink Striker Cold: Varies from lighter to darker; sometimes with lighter dappling in single-rolled sheets. Generally lighter and slightly more blue/pink than 001311.
Fired: Color usually deepens on firing. Possible dark interface reaction with selenium and/or sulfur glasses (001122, 001125, 000124, 000125, 001137, 001437, 000137). Less viscous (softer) than most other glasses.
(LL) Striker . Glasstips does not indicate lead, Torchtips does!
Ret
001232 Lt Fuchsia (LL) Lead content over 1 per cent, Ret
001234 Violet Striker (BEgt) Fires to a consistent, transparent violet. Becomes slightly cloudy with excessive heatwork.
(LL)Striker. lead content over 1 per cent
Ret
001241 Pine Green (BEgt) Cold: May include brown areas. Fired: At full-fuse temperatures, the brown areas appear as transparent wisps. Such wisping is more noticeable in a thin (-50) sheet and would be amplified by fusing an opalescent glass style under it. Unless a pure pine green is desired, these uniform wisps could be used as a design feature.
(LL) A green hue that can be used with red/yelow group
Ret
001305 Sunset Coral (BEgt) Fires to a consistent, more highly saturated color. May turn lighter and more transparent with excessive heatwork.
(BE Nitchie) "Whenever anyone has had a problem with this glass I?ve suggested that they lower their anneal soak temperature to closer to 920° F and hold it for four times longer than they would at 960°F. It could be that the kiln itself may be firing hotter than they believe it to be ? and soaking the glass at a temperature above our recommended anneal soak temperature can actually cause considerable problems ? so they will probably have better results at a lower anneal soak temperature for a longer period of time to make sure that the glass actually reaching that temperature and being held there long enough to relieve strain. This solution almost always has positive results." (LL) lead over 1 per cent. Red color that can be used with Blue/green group
Ret
001311 Cranberry Pink (BEgt) Color will almost always deepen on firing. Possible dark interface reaction with selenium and/or sulfur glasses (001122, 001125, 000124, 000125, 001137, 001437, 000137). Less viscous (softer) than most other glasses.
(LL) Reacts with red/yellow group! Lead content over 1 per cent.
Reported *1 to react with French Vanilla (000137)
Ret
001320 Marigold Yellow (BEgt) Heavy, consistent opalizing with excessive heatwork.
(LL) Easy to mix with 1120. mark the pieces
Ret
001321 Carnelian (BEgt) Stable and consistent color. May Opalize to a heavy brown with excessive heatwork. Ret
001322 Garnet Red (BEgt) Matures to a more consistent color with deeper saturation. May contain subtle threads of darker color. May opalize heavily with excessive heatwork. Ret
001332 Fuchsia (BEgt) May become cloudy with excessive heatwork. Ret
001334 Gold Purple (LL) Lead over 1 per cent Ret
001401 Crystal Clear (BEgt) When fired over colored glass, allows more pure, true hue of base color to show. Especially true in thicker sections.
(BEtt) Bright, colorless crystal clear when viewed from the end.
(LL) Reported not to discolor so easily rond inclusions
Ret
001405 Lt Plum (BEgt) Stable. No color shift Ret
001406 Steel Blue (BEgt) Stable. No color shift.
(LL) Does not get the metallic shift against air as 00046 does.
Ret
001408 Lt Aquamarine Blue (BEgt) A copper glass. Possible dark interface reactions with sulfur (000137, 001137, 001437) glasses. Ret
001409 Bronze (BEgt) Stable. No color shift. Ret
001412 Aventurine Green (BEgt) Opalizes slightly upon firing.
(LL) Gorgeous, sparkling green. The color may have "folds" as if it were deeper below a clear. Clear capping strenthens the color. Looks best in reflective light
Ret
001414 Lt Skye Blue (BEgt) Stable. No color shift. Ret
001416 Light Turqoise Blue (BEgt) Stable. No color shift. Ret
001417 Emerald Green (BEgt) A copper glass. Possible dark interface reactions with sulfur (000137, 001137, 001437) glasses. Ret
001419 Tan (BEgt) Stable. No color shift. Ret
001426 Spring Green (BEgt) Stable. No color shift. Ret
001428 Lt Violet (BEgt) Stable. No color shift. Ret
001429 Lt Silver Grey (BEgt) Stable. No color shift. Ret
001437 light Amber (BEgt) A sulfur glass. May have dark interface reaction with copper-bearing (001116, 001408, 001417, 000116, 000144, 000145, 000147) and lead-bearing (001311, 001411, 001301, 000305) glasses. Ret
001439 Khaki (BEgt) Stable. No color shift. Ret
001442 Neo-Lavender (BEgt) Color variations from pink to blue depending on light in which viewed: natural, incandescent, or fluorescent. When fused over other colors, (e.g. red, orange), may tend to deepen or brighten them. Ret
001444 Sea Blue (BEgt) Stable. No color shift. Ret
001449 Oregon Grey (BEgt) Stable. No color shift. Ret
001464 True Blue (BEgt) Stable. No color shift. Ret
001806 Juniper Blue tint (BEgt) Stable. No color shift. Ret
001807 Grass Green Tint (BEgt) Stable. No color shift. Ret
001808 Aqua Blue Tint (BEgt) Stable. No color shift. Ret
001818 Indigo Tint (BEgt) Stable. No color shift. Ret
001820 Pale Yellow Tint (BEgt) Stable. No color shift. Ret
001821 Erbium Pink (BEgt) Stable. No color shift. Ret
001823 Burnt Scarlet Tint (BEgt) Cold: Appears almost clear with blue/green tints. Matures to a consistent burnt-scarlet tint.
(LL) Striker
Ret
001824 Ruby Red Tint (BEgt) Cold: Appears almost clear with blue/green tints
Striker. Matures to a consistent burnt-scarlet tint.
Ret
001826 Green Tea Tint (BEgt) Stable. No color shift. Ret
001827 Lt Amber Tint (BEgt) Stable. No color shift. Ret
001829 Grey Tint (BEgt) Stable. No color shift. Ret
001831 Ruby Pink Striker (BEgt) Cold: Appears almost clear with blue/purple tint.
Matures to a consistent ruby pink tint. Becomes more pink with excessive heatwork.
Ret
001834 Coral Orange Tint (BEgt) Stable. No color shift. Ret
001837 Medium Amber Tint (BEgt) Stable. No color shift. Ret
001838 Dark Amber Tint (BEgt) Stable. No color shift. Ret
001841 Spruce Green Tint (BEgt) Stable. No color shift. Ret
001842 Lt Neo-Lavender Tint (BEgt) Stable. No color shift. The hues of shift colors change depending on the thickness and/or lighting of the casting. Ret
001859 Rhubarb Pink/
Green shift tint
(BEgt) Stable. No color shift. The hues of shift colors change depending on the thickness and/or lighting of the casting. Ret
001864 Gray Blue Tint (BEgt) Stable. No color shift. Ret
001867 Olive Smoke Tint (BEgt) Stable. No color shift. Ret
*1 Toni Johnson in WGBB

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