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033-001 Ends "Red Elvis"

The world’s first self-striking ruby boro! Red Elvis is an “easy striker” and self strikes as it cools but gets a little darker with flame striking or kiln striking. Red Elvis strikes in an oxidizing atmosphere, at a slightly lower temperature than most rubies. Work in a neutral to oxidizing flame.

Our Price: $32.00
033-001-Tube "Red Elvis"

The world’s first self-striking ruby boro! Red Elvis is an “easy striker” and self strikes as it cools but gets a little darker with flame striking or kiln striking. Red Elvis strikes in an oxidizing atmosphere, at a slightly lower temperature than most rubies. Work in a neutral to oxidizing flame.

Our Price: $80.00
033-002 Ends "Dark Red Elvis"

The darker version of the world’s first self-striking ruby boro. Dark Red Elvis is very saturated, and is a great choice for a red in thin stringers and thin blown work.Dark Red Elvis self strikes as it cools but gets a little bit darker with kiln striking, or flame striking. It will flame strike in a neutral to oxidizing atmosphere, at a slightly lower temperature than most rubies.

Our Price: $35.00
033-002-Tube "Dark Red Elvis"

The darker version of the world’s first self-striking ruby boro. Dark Red Elvis is very saturated, and is a great choice for a red in thin stringers and thin blown work.Dark Red Elvis self strikes as it cools but gets a little bit darker with kiln striking, or flame striking. It will flame strike in a neutral to oxidizing atmosphere, at a slightly lower temperature than most rubies.

Our Price: $86.00
033-004 Ends "Yellow Elvis"

Yellow Elvis is a lightly reactive amber/purple type color -- an easy striking yellow that will self-strike as it cools but darkens with kiln striking, or with flame striking in an oxy environment. Yellow Elvis gains greenish highlights with reduction. Oxy flames bring out brighter tones, reduction gives softer earthier colors.

Our Price: $32.00
033-004-Tube "Yellow Elvis"

Yellow Elvis is a lightly reactive amber/purple type color -- an easy striking yellow that will self-strike as it cools but darkens with kiln striking, or with flame striking in an oxy environment. Yellow Elvis gains greenish highlights with reduction. Oxy flames bring out brighter tones, reduction gives softer earthier colors.

Our Price: $80.00
033-005 Ends "Black Jack"

Unique! BlackJack goes almost clear when hot, but self-strikes back through brown to near-black depending on how thick you use it. BlackJack likes an oxidizing flame, but does not reduce with gray streaks like most black boro colors. In the curls shown here, we had to get the glass right on top of the light to see the brown where it's thinner. BlackJack is not suitable for thin stringer work where you want the stringers to look like a dense black, but it's the perfect color for very specific things, like sculpting without the graying. Because this glass goes clear when hot then self-strikes, it is useful in applications where, say, you want to mask a weld.

Our Price: $48.00
033-005-Tube "Black Jack"

Unique! BlackJack goes almost clear when hot, but self-strikes back through brown to near-black depending on how thick you use it. BlackJack likes an oxidizing flame, but does not reduce with gray streaks like most black boro colors. In the curls shown here, we had to get the glass right on top of the light to see the brown where it's thinner. BlackJack is not suitable for thin stringer work where you want the stringers to look like a dense black, but it's the perfect color for very specific things, like sculpting without the graying. Because this glass goes clear when hot then self-strikes, it is useful in applications where, say, you want to mask a weld.

Our Price: $120.00
033-006 Ends "Apricot"

Apricot is a lightly reactive amber/purple type color, a little darker than Yellow Elvis. Apricot self-strikes, and gains some blue or purple highlights. Oxy flames bring out brighter tones, reduction gives softer earthier colors.

Our Price: $38.00
033-006-Tube "Apricot"

Apricot is a lightly reactive amber/purple type color, a little darker than Yellow Elvis. Apricot self-strikes, and gains some blue or purple highlights. Oxy flames bring out brighter tones, reduction gives softer earthier colors.

Our Price: $96.00
033-008 Ends "Caramelo"

Caramelo is a very saturated and reactive opaque amber/purple type glass. Rods are fairly opaque. Oxidize to strike up brighter colors; reduce for flesh and earth tones.

Our Price: $38.00
033-008-Tube "Caramelo"

Caramelo is a very saturated and reactive opaque amber/purple type glass. Rods are fairly opaque. Oxidize to strike up brighter colors; reduce for flesh and earth tones.

Our Price: $96.00
033-009 Ends "Slyrm"

This glass keeps the bright, highlighter-green of our Slyme, and stays transparent! What you see is what you get with this color-there is no milk strike. It is easy working and adds pop to whatever you put it on!

Our Price: $50.00
033-009-Tube "Slyrm"

This glass keeps the bright, highlighter-green of our Slyme, and stays transparent! What you see is what you get with this color-there is no milk strike. It is easy working and adds pop to whatever you put it on!

Our Price: $125.00
033-010 Ends "Slyme"

Ah, Slyme. Ectoplasmic! One of the most unusual colors in the boro palette, Slyme can range from transparent to translucent to a milky semi-opaque, depending on how you work it. Work cooler to keep Slyme more opaque, with a soft reducing flame. This also prevents reboil and scumming. Goes transparent under higher heat, but can develop a ghostly milky green haze. Slyme is known to have a slightly higher COE, so but works in nearly any application.

Especially at the start, you will want to USE A REDUCING FLAME WITH SLYME for best results! You can switch to a bushy neutral flame once it is up to temp. If you are getting scum or boil, check your oxy regulator and consider lowering the pressure at the tank. Slyme tends to prefer a lower ratio of oxy to propane than nearly any other color you will use.

Our Price: $50.00
033-010-Tube "Slyme"

Ah, Slyme. Ectoplasmic! One of the most unusual colors in the boro palette, Slyme can range from transparent to translucent to a milky semi-opaque, depending on how you work it. Work cooler to keep Slyme more opaque, with a soft reducing flame. This also prevents reboil and scumming. Goes transparent under higher heat, but can develop a ghostly milky green haze. Slyme is known to have a slightly higher COE, so but works in nearly any application.

Especially at the start, you will want to USE A REDUCING FLAME WITH SLYME for best results! You can switch to a bushy neutral flame once it is up to temp. If you are getting scum or boil, check your oxy regulator and consider lowering the pressure at the tank. Slyme tends to prefer a lower ratio of oxy to propane than nearly any other color you will use.

Our Price: $125.00
033-011 Ends "Satin Slyme"

Glimmering and beautiful, Satin Slyme has an unusual shampoo-like shimmer that is best retained by working this glass very cool and in a very reducing atmosphere. can range from translucent to a milky semi-opaque, depending on how you work it. Work cooler to keep Slyme more opaque, with a soft reducing flame. This also prevents reboil and scumming. Goes transparent under higher heat, but can re-strike to a ghostly milky green haze. Dense Slyme 3 is for those who want to use it thinner for the same effect, or want it to stay milkier. Satin has a unique shimmer, like shampoo, and will be more satiny where worked cool, and more transparent where worked hot.

Our Price: $53.00
033-011-Tube "Satin Slyme"

Glimmering and beautiful, Satin Slyme has an unusual shampoo-like shimmer that is best retained by working this glass very cool and in a very reducing atmosphere. can range from translucent to a milky semi-opaque, depending on how you work it. Work cooler to keep Slyme more opaque, with a soft reducing flame. This also prevents reboil and scumming. Goes transparent under higher heat, but can re-strike to a ghostly milky green haze. Dense Slyme 3 is for those who want to use it thinner for the same effect, or want it to stay milkier. Satin has a unique shimmer, like shampoo, and will be more satiny where worked cool, and more transparent where worked hot.

Our Price: $132.00
033-012 Ends "Dense Slyme"

Dense Slyme 3 is the choice when you want your Slyme to look less transparent. If, for
example, you are blowing out your Slyme so thin that you lose the rich
color, then Dense will look more like Slyme in that application. Or if
you want to vac-stack it and have it look like Slyme after being pulled
down. Or if you just want a milkier, less transparent look, then Dense
Slyme 3 is the one you want. DS3 can range
from translucent to a milky semi-opaque, depending on how you work it,
but is seldom fully-transparent. Work
cooler to keep Slyme more opaque, with a soft reducing flame. This also
prevents reboil and scumming. Always work Slyme, Dense Slyme 3 and Satin
Slyme in a REDUCING FLAME, especially in the beginning when its cold.
If you are getting significant scumming, turn down the oxy.

Our Price: $50.00
033-012-Tubes "Dense Slyme"

Dense Slyme 3 is
the choice when you want your Slyme to look less transparent. If, for
example, you are blowing out your Slyme so thin that you lose the rich
color, then Dense will look more like Slyme in that application. Or if
you want to vac-stack it and have it look like Slyme after being pulled
down. Or if you just want a milkier, less transparent look, then Dense
Slyme 3 is the one you want. DS3 can range
from translucent to a milky semi-opaque, depending on how you work it,
but is seldom fully-transparent. Work
cooler to keep Slyme more opaque, with a soft reducing flame. This also
prevents reboil and scumming. Always work Slyme, Dense Slyme 3 and Satin
Slyme in a REDUCING FLAME, especially in the beginning when its cold.
If you are getting significant scumming, turn down the oxy.

Our Price: $125.00
033-013 Ends "Blue Blizzard"

Blue Blizzard is transparent to semi-opaque cobalt shot through with flecks of white glass “snow” that we make especially for the Blizzard colors. The white bits remain distinct, even after working the piece, and rough rods smooth out nicely in the flame. Should be worked in a neutral or oxidizing atmosphere to prevent graying. Blue Blizzard most resembles the stone Lapis Lazuli or old-fashioned speckled enamel-on-metal camping dishes.

Our Price: $50.00
033-013-Tube "Blue Blizzard"

Blue Blizzard is transparent to semi-opaque cobalt shot through with flecks of white glass “snow” that we make especially for the Blizzard colors. The white bits remain distinct, even after working the piece, and rough rods smooth out nicely in the flame. Should be worked in a neutral or oxidizing atmosphere to prevent graying. Blue Blizzard most resembles the stone Lapis Lazuli or old-fashioned speckled enamel-on-metal camping dishes.

Our Price: $125.00
033-015 Ends "Red Blizzard"

Red Blizzard is a transparent to semi-opaque red glass shot through with flecks of white glass “snow.” Rough rods that smooth out in the flame. Red Bliz should be worked in a neutral or oxidizing atmosphere to keep the white bits from boiling but its a pretty flame tolerant glass. The “snow” of the Blizzard line resembles stone or old-fashioned speckled enamel-on-metal dishes.

Our Price: $50.00
033-015-Tube "Red Blizzard"

Red Blizzard is a transparent to semi-opaque red glass shot through with flecks of white glass “snow.” Rough rods that smooth out in the flame. Red Bliz should be worked in a neutral or oxidizing atmosphere to keep the white bits from boiling but its a pretty flame tolerant glass. The “snow” of the Blizzard line resembles stone or old-fashioned speckled enamel-on-metal dishes.

Our Price: $125.00
033-017 Ends "Kiwi"

The green in our opaque Candy colors line. These colors prefer a soft, enveloping flame. They are not really boily, but air rushing out can produce a similar result. So we suggest remixing this color in the flame, and/or working slowly to allow the occasional larger air bubbles to escape as you work. Kiwi is a bright opaque lime green, but is lighter when encased. While many people have great success with these colors, the Candy color line has a slightly higher COE; please test in your application.

Our Price: $50.00
033-017-Tube "Kiwi"

The green in our opaque Candy colors line. These colors prefer a soft, enveloping flame. They are not really boily, but air rushing out can produce a similar result. So we suggest remixing this color in the flame, and/or working slowly to allow the occasional larger air bubbles to escape as you work. Kiwi is a bright opaque lime green, but is lighter when encased. While many people have great success with these colors, the Candy color line has a slightly higher COE; please test in your application.

Our Price: $125.00
033-018 Ends "Pink Cadillac"

The opaque Candy colors, like Pink Cadillac,
prefer a soft, enveloping flame. While they are not really boily, they
do have some air in them which can mimic boil, especially when heated
hard and fast. For those of you on sharp and forceful torches in
particular we suggest warming in the upper flame before working slowly
and allowing the occasional larger air bubbles to escape as you work. While
many people have great success with these colors, the opaque
Candy color line is known to have a slightly higher COE; please test in
your application. Laying over clear and then sculpting is NOT recommended.

Our Price: $50.00
033-018-Tube "Pink Cadillac"

The
opaque Candy colors, like Pink Cadillac,
prefer a soft, enveloping flame. While they are not really boily, they
do have some air in them which can mimic boil, especially when heated
hard and fast. For those of you on sharp and forceful torches in
particular we suggest warming in the upper flame before working slowly
and
allowing the occasional larger air bubbles to escape as you work. While
many people have great success with these colors, the opaque
Candy color line is known to have a slightly higher COE; please test in
your
application. Laying over clear and then sculpting is NOT recommended.

Our Price: $125.00
033-021 Ends "Penumbra"

Named for the shadowy edge of a lunar eclipse, Penumbra is a reactive “silvered” cobalt blue, reformulated from one of Paul’s old favorites. Different colors are produced from reduction or oxidation, primarily a wide variety of blues and greens. Reduction can create a luster that you can trap under a clear encasement. However, surface haze doesn’t burn off as easily as amber/purple type glasses.

Our Price: $48.00
033-021-Tube "Penumbra"

Named for the shadowy edge of a lunar eclipse, Penumbra is a reactive “silvered” cobalt blue, reformulated from one of Paul’s old favorites. Different colors are produced from reduction or oxidation, primarily a wide variety of blues and greens. Reduction can create a luster that you can trap under a clear encasement. However, surface haze doesn’t burn off as easily as amber/purple type glasses.

Our Price: $120.00
033-024 Ends "Queen Bee"

Queen Bee is the less saturated cousin of Caramelo. Easy to strike. She allows more light to penetrate the finished work, which shows more purples and pinks. Oxidize to strike up brighter colors; reduce for fleshy and earthy tones.

Our Price: $38.00
033-024-Tube "Queen Bee"

Queen Bee is the less saturated cousin of Caramelo. Easy to strike. She allows more light to penetrate the finished work, which shows more purples and pinks. Oxidize to strike up brighter colors; reduce for fleshy and earthy tones.

Our Price: $96.00
033-025 Ends "Wisteria"

Wisteria was a breakthrough color for the boro palette: a dense opaque purple that is only translucent when thin. Textured rods smooth out in the flame. Like all of the opaque Candy colors, Wisteria prefers a soft, enveloping flame. Its not boily, but it can have some air in the rods. If you put it into an forceful flame when cold, the air rushing to the surface can mimic boil. This is why we suggest working slowly and in a bushy soft neutral flame, to allow the occasional larger air bubbles to escape as you work. While many people have great success with these colors, the opaque Candy color line is known to have a slightly higher COE; please test in your application. May perform better under clear than over clear; Wisteria is known to crack or "check" when laid thin over clear and tooled or sculpted.

Our Price: $50.00
033-025-Tube "Wisteria"

Wisteria was a breakthrough color for the boro palette: a dense opaque purple that is only translucent when thin. Textured rods smooth out in the flame. Like all of the opaque Candy colors, Wisteria prefers a soft, enveloping flame. Its not boily, but it can have some air in the rods. If you put it into an forceful flame when cold, the air rushing to the surface can mimic boil. This is why we suggest working slowly and in a bushy soft neutral flame, to allow the occasional larger air bubbles to escape as you work. While many people have great success with these colors, the opaque Candy color line is known to have a slightly higher COE; please test in your application. May perform better under clear than over clear; Wisteria is known to crack or "check" when laid thin over clear and tooled or sculpted.

Our Price: $125.00
033-026 Ends "Stag White"

Stag is a very dense, bright opaque white that retains its opacity even when fairly thin. However, it will show texture when honeycombed or in thin stringers in a marble. (For a smoother dense white, choose TAG-033-33 Whiteout.) Stag works up smooth despite graininess in the rod although it can retain a visual texture, and it resists boiling once brought to temp and kept hot. Stag works fine in all flame atmospheres; however, a cooler flame is suggested for all boro whites.

Our Price: $43.00
033-026-Tube "Stag White"

Stag is a very dense, bright opaque white that retains its opacity even when fairly thin. However, it will show texture when honeycombed or in thin stringers in a marble. (For a smoother dense white, choose TAG-033-33 Whiteout.) Stag works up smooth despite graininess in the rod although it can retain a visual texture, and it resists boiling once brought to temp and kept hot. Stag works fine in all flame atmospheres; however, a cooler flame is suggested for all boro whites.

Our Price: $108.00
033-027 Ends "Purple Sable"

Purple Sable is a very unusual amber/purple with a coffee-colored base and a light aventurine sparkle. The best reactions occur in a mid-range of temperatures, not too hot or too cool. Purple Sable shows different effects in different flame atmospheres - reduction, oxidation, and encasement. For a nice opalescence, trap the reduction effects under a layer of clear. Blues, purples, greens, ambers, and more can be produced on the surface of this glass.

Our Price: $50.00
033-027-Tube "Purple Sable"

Purple Sable is a very unusual amber/purple with a coffee-colored base and a light aventurine sparkle. The best reactions occur in a mid-range of temperatures, not too hot or too cool. Purple Sable shows different effects in different flame atmospheres - reduction, oxidation, and encasement. For a nice opalescence, trap the reduction effects under a layer of clear. Blues, purples, greens, ambers, and more can be produced on the surface of this glass

Our Price: $125.00
033-030 Ends "Heavy Blue Leprechaun"

The first consistently implodable dense aventurine, Heavy Blue Leprechaun was a game changer! Paul’s newer, more stable aventurine technology produces very densely saturated aventurines with large, dichro-like sparkles. Heavy Blue Leprechaun may be safely imploded into marbles, within reason. Not sensitive to flame atmosphere, but reduction should be avoided on any aventurines before implosion. Please limit long, hot garaging.This is also a good choice for mixing down with other colors to add rainbow sparkles, although it will leave traces of blue.

Our Price: $50.00
033-030-Tube "Heavy Blue Leprechaun"

The first consistently implodable dense aventurine, Heavy Blue Leprechaun was a game changer! Paul’s newer, more stable aventurine technology produces very densely saturated aventurines with large, dichro-like sparkles. Heavy Blue Leprechaun may be safely imploded into marbles, within reason. Not sensitive to flame atmosphere, but reduction should be avoided on any aventurines before implosion. Please limit long, hot garaging.This is also a good choice for mixing down with other colors to add rainbow sparkles, although it will leave traces of blue.

Our Price: $125.00
033-031 Ends "Blue Stardust"

This is a transparent aventurine sapphire blue with big, glittery dichro-like sparkles. Great for layering. In the images you can see a pair of marbles featuring the Blue Stardust over Pink Cadillac (TAG-033-18) and over Super Canary (TAG-033-22, temporarily out of production.) The usual cautions against long, hot garaging technically apply since this is an aventurine color, however it is highly stable in implosions, encasements, and virtually any application.

Our Price: $43.00
033-031-Tube "Blue Stardust"

This is a transparent aventurine sapphire blue with big, glittery dichro-like sparkles. Great for layering. In the images you can see a pair of marbles featuring the Blue Stardust over Pink Cadillac (TAG-033-18) and over Super Canary (TAG-033-22, temporarily out of production.) The usual cautions against long, hot garaging technically apply since this is an aventurine color, however it is highly stable in implosions, encasements, and virtually any application.

Our Price: $108.00
033-032 Ends "Heavy Blue Stardust"

Transparent darker blue aventurine with big, glittery dichro-like sparkles. Great for layering or backing, also mixes down with other colors to add sparkle. Heavy Blue Stardust is darker blue sapphire with a higher density of sparkle, than the regular Blue Stardust. The usual cautions against long, hot garaging technically apply since this is an aventurine color, however it is highly stable in implosions and encasements.

Our Price: $48.00
033-032-Tube "Heavy Blue Stardust"

Transparent darker blue aventurine with big, glittery dichro-like sparkles. Great for layering or backing, also mixes down with other colors to add sparkle. Heavy Blue Stardust is darker blue sapphire with a higher density of sparkle, than the regular Blue Stardust. The usual cautions against long, hot garaging technically apply since this is an aventurine color, however it is highly stable in implosions and encasements.

Our Price: $120.00
033-033 Ends "Whiteout"

Very smooth and creamy. Whiteout is the most smooth and dense white boro Paul has ever made. Whiteout resists boil once it is brought up to temperature in a cool
flame. It is not as bright a white, generally, as our Stag White
(TAG-033-26) but it has a fine,smooth texture which makes it better suited to working thin in marbles or in honeycombs. Not sensitive to
atmosphere but use a cool soft flame to start out.

Our Price: $38.00
033-033-Tube "Whiteout"

Very
smooth and creamy.
Whiteout is the most smooth and dense white boro Paul has ever made.
Whiteout resists boil once it is brought up to temperature in a cool
flame. It is not as bright a white, generally, as our Stag White
(TAG-033-26) but it has a fine,
smooth texture which makes it better suited to working thin in marbles
or in honeycombs. Not sensitive to
atmosphere but use a cool soft flame to start out.

Our Price: $96.00
033-034 Ends "Jawbone"

Jawbone is an off-white opaque glass that is fairly dense, and retains its opacity even when fairly thin. It works up smooth and creamy despite graininess in the rod, and resists boiling once brought to temp and kept hot. Jawbone’s color is more organic than our bright white Stag. In honeycombs or very thin stringers it will show texture and may be better suited to slightly thicker uses. It works in all flame atmospheres; however, a cooler flame is suggested for Jawbone. Brighter white specks in your work are an indication of over-heating or boiling Jawbone. The last image in this set shows the off-white Jawbone next to our bright white, Stag.

Our Price: $40.00
033-034-Tube "Jawbone"

Jawbone is an off-white opaque glass that is fairly dense, and retains its opacity even when fairly thin. It works up smooth and creamy despite graininess in the rod, and resists boiling once brought to temp and kept hot. Jawbone’s color is more organic than our bright white Stag. In honeycombs or very thin stringers it will show texture and may be better suited to slightly thicker uses. It works in all flame atmospheres; however, a cooler flame is suggested for Jawbone. Brighter white specks in your work are an indication of over-heating or boiling Jawbone. The last image in this set shows the off-white Jawbone next to our bright white, Stag.

Our Price: $100.00
033-035 Ends "Dwarf White"

Very smooth and creamy. Dwarf White is a bit translucent, and is perfect for those times when you don’t want much density – if you are making clouds or teeth, for example. Resists boil once brought up to temperature in the softer upper flame. Dwarf has a fine, smooth texture and is not sensitive to atmosphere, but many people like to use a lot of oxy with white boro to reduce the chance of boil.

Our Price: $38.00
033-035-Tube "Dwarf White"

Very smooth and creamy. Dwarf White is a bit translucent, and is perfect for those times when you don’t want much density – if you are making clouds or teeth, for example. Resists boil once brought up to temperature in the softer upper flame. Dwarf has a fine, smooth texture and is not sensitive to atmosphere, but many people like to use a lot of oxy with white boro to reduce the chance of boil.

Our Price: $96.00
033-037 Ends "Knight Rider"

Smoother than our BlackJack, and much darker. You can pull it quite thin and still have a good, solid black stringer. Like most standard black boro glasses, Knight Rider is a dense black that likes an oxy environment, and can gray out a little with reduction. However, batches since 2012 have been more resistant to the graying that is inherent to blue-based blacks.

Our Price: $34.00
033-037-Tube "Knight Rider"

Smoother than our BlackJack, and much darker. You can pull it quite thin and still have a good, solid black stringer. Like most standard black boro glasses, Knight Rider is a dense black that likes an oxy environment, and can gray out a little with reduction. However, batches since 2012 have been more resistant to the graying that is inherent to blue-based blacks. In the photos here you can see it next to our dense smooth Whiteout, and the Mighty Moss. On the blown bubble, the Knight Rider went OVER the edges of the Mighty Moss, and completely masked the aventurine green, even though it was blown out fairly thin.

Our Price: $84.00
033-038 Ends "Mai Tai Pink"

Mai Tai Pink is colorless in the rod, but it changes dramatically in the kiln after being flame worked! Flame strikes to barely amber yellow, but it's designed to change considerably during longer annealing at 1050. May be kilned repeatedly for more color, or ramped up to 1150 to speed the strike. Can also be un-struck in the flame after the kiln cycle for interesting color-fade effects. It is virtually impossible to over-strike this color. Burn off haze for more pinks or leave the haze for more purple effects.

Image #2 is thick and therefore quite richly colored. Image #3 here shows heavy reduction on the surface of a different struck piece. Images #4 & #5 here show the same piece twice, a thinner paddle with the "before" and "after" effects of striking this color in the kiln. Note where Paul burned off the haze, you see more pink there and less purple in the struck piece. The Mai Tais are from the amber/purple family, but with less amber and more pinks and purples.

Our Price: $34.00
033-038-Tube "Mai Tai Pink"

Mai Tai Pink is colorless in the rod, but it changes dramatically in the kiln after being flame worked! Flame strikes to barely amber yellow, but it's designed to change considerably during longer annealing at 1050. May be kilned repeatedly for more color, or ramped up to 1150 to speed the strike. Can also be un-struck in the flame after the kiln cycle for interesting color-fade effects. It is virtually impossible to over-strike this color. Burn off haze for more pinks or leave the haze for more purple effects.

Image #2 is thick and therefore quite richly colored. Image #3 here shows heavy reduction on the surface of a different struck piece. Images #4 & #5 here show the same piece twice, a thinner paddle with the "before" and "after" effects of striking this color in the kiln. Note where Paul burned off the haze, you see more pink there and less purple in the struck piece. The Mai Tais are from the amber/purple family, but with less amber and more pinks and purples.

Our Price: $84.00
033-039 Ends "Double Mai Tai"

Double Mai Tai is a member of the amber/purple family, but with less amber and more pinks and purples. It can gain more color in the kiln, but it strikes well in the flame, with lots of pink -- especially over a base of white. Double Mai Tai is hard to over-strike.

Our Price: $34.00
033-039-Tube "Double Mai Tai"

Double Mai Tai is a member of the amber/purple family, but with less amber and more pinks and purples. It can gain more color in the kiln, but it strikes well in the flame, with lots of pink -- especially over a base of white. Double Mai Tai is hard to over-strike.

Our Price: $84.00
033-040 Ends "Mega Mai Tai"

Unlike the Mai Tai Pink, the Mega Mai Tai gives massive color in the flame, not the kiln. It also tends more toward purple and blue than pink. Strikes and reduces. It is a member of the Mai Tais amber/purple family, which tend to feature less amber and more pinks and purples. May also be kiln struck if you prefer. In our product pictures the marble (Image #2) shows many different effects from mixing in varied flame atmospheres; you can see that it will mimic the Double Mai Tai when very thin (Image #3) but it also reduces with a deep blue (Image #4) and implodes/honeycombs nicely, too(Image #3).

Our Price: $38.00
033-040-Tube "Mega Mai Tai"

Unlike the Mai Tai Pink, Mega Mai Tai gives massive color in the flame, not the kiln. It also tends more toward purple and blue than pink. Strikes and reduces. It is a member of the Mai Tais amber/purple family, which tend to feature less amber and more pinks and purples. May also be kiln struck if you prefer. In our product pictures the marble shows many different effects from mixing in varied flame atmospheres; you can see that it will mimic the Double Mai Tai when very thin but it also reduces with a deep blue and implodes/honeycombs nicely, too.

Our Price: $96.00
033-041 Ends "Mighty Moss"

Mighty Moss features Paul’s newer aventurine technology, which has greatly improved the stability of glitter boro colors. This glass is a very densely saturated aventurine with large,
dichro-like sparkles. Mighty Moss may be safely imploded into
marbles, within reason, meaning you should limit the time you "garage" your work, do not go above 1050 in the anneal cycle, and anneal as short a time as you can for the size of the piece. Not sensitive to flame atmosphere, but reduction should be avoided on aventurines
before implosion.


Our Price: $48.00
033-041-Tube "Mighty Moss"

Mighty Moss features Paul’s newer aventurine
technology, which has greatly improved the stability of glitter boro
colors. This glass is a very densely saturated aventurine with large,
dichro-like
sparkles. Mighty Moss may be safely imploded into
marbles, within reason, meaning you should limit the time you
"garage" your work, do not go above 1050 in the anneal cycle, and anneal
as short a time as you can for the size of the piece. Not
sensitive to flame atmosphere, but reduction should be avoided on
aventurines
before implosion.

Our Price: $120.00