Transparent Version of Caramelo Amber/Purple Glass. Oxidize for more of the Purples. But lots of Colors can be Achieved with...[more]
COE 33. This clear, true red transparent strikes easily by itself in the flame and doesn't go livery....[more]
One of the most unusual colors in the boro palette, Slyme can range from transparent to translucent to a milky...[more]
COE 33. New TAG Wisteria is far smoother than the earlier batches. This is a very pretty opaque...[more]
This color glistens with a fine, dense sparkle. It should not be garaged hot or used in implosions. ...[more]
A Dense Blue-Based Black, Will Stay Black Even When Pulled Down. Prefers an Oxygen Environment. COE 33. Knight Rider...[more]
This glass is a very densely saturated aventurine with large, dichro-like sparkles. Mighty Moss may be safely imploded into marbles,...[more]
Green Stardust - Trautman Tubing- COE 33 [more]
TAG's Honey Badger is a nice, non-reactive transparent amber, perfect for honey bee themes. Its what you might call a...[more]
A Blue-Green Amber/Purple with Stable Sparkles of Blue Stardust. Flame Strikes, But the Strike Deepens in the Kiln at Regular...[more]
A Reactive Sparkle that Resembles Heavy Blue Stardust, Gives a Rich Green Sparkle Base Color, Like the Shooting Star This...[more]
A milky blue-green, it fills part of the spectrum between the new Blue Slyme and regular Slyme. Like anything in...[more]
Finished work can range from opaque to translucent to transparent in the same piece from the same rod of color;...[more]
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