GA Tree Hugger Single Rod

Tree Hugger, 4497 is darker than Shamrock and is a bold dark green.  Like Shamrock, Tree Hugger is smooth, creamy and easy to work.
Working Tip: Work this colour in a neutral flame.  Garage at 975° F, Anneal at 1050° F.

GA Tree Hugger 125grm

Tree Hugger, 4497 is darker than Shamrock and is a bold dark green.  Like Shamrock, Tree Hugger is smooth, creamy and easy to work.
Working Tip: Work this colour in a neutral flame.  Garage at 975° F, Anneal at 1050° F.

GA Starry Night Single Rod

Starry Night, 4585 is a variation of the much loved Paparazzi, 4595.  We added a touch of silver so you can yield a nice mild strike, while still seeing the depth of sparkle.

 Working Tip:  This colour likes to be worked cool, but make sure you have your heat base built up while tooling or manipulating the glass to avoid developing a grey haze. As with all chrome colours, we suggest you work this colour in a neutral flame.  Garage at 975° F, Anneal at 1050° F.

GA Starry Night 125grm

Starry Night, 4585 is a variation of the much loved Paparazzi, 4595.  We added a touch of silver so you can yield a nice mild strike, while still seeing the depth of sparkle.

Working Tip:  This colour likes to be worked cool, but make sure you have your heat base built up while tooling or manipulating the glass to avoid developing a grey haze. As with all chrome colours, we suggest you work this colour in a neutral flame.  Garage at 975° F, Anneal at 1050° F.

GA Paparazzi Single Rod

Paparazzi, 4595 is a next generation sparkle colour from Glass Alchemy. A little bit of sparkle goes a long way, so try layering this colour.

Working Tip: This colour likes to be worked cool, but make sure you have your heat base built up while tooling or manipulating the glass to avoid developing a grey haze. As with all chrome colours, we suggest you work this colour in a neutral flame. Garage at 975° F, Anneal at 1050° F.

GA Paparazzi 125grm

Paparazzi, 4595 is a next generation sparkle colour from Glass Alchemy. A little bit of sparkle goes a long way, so try layering this colour.

Working Tip: This colour likes to be worked cool, but make sure you have your heat base built up while tooling or manipulating the glass to avoid developing a grey haze. As with all chrome colours, we suggest you work this colour in a neutral flame. Garage at 975° F, Anneal at 1050° F.

GA Jackpot Single Rod

Jackpot is a super saturated sparkle colour. If you like Paparazzi but wish it was denser, then Jackpot is the colour for you! This colour holds up well in encasement and can be mixed with other colours to create custom super sparkle colours!

Working Tip:This colour likes to be worked cool, but make sure you have your heat base built up while tooling or manipulating the glass to avoid developing a grey haze. As with all chrome colours, we suggest you work this colour in a neutral flame. Garage at 975° F, Anneal at 1050° F.

GA Jackpot 125grm

Jackpot is a super saturated sparkle colour. If you like Paparazzi but wish it was denser, then Jackpot is the colour for you! This colour holds up well in encasement and can be mixed with other colours to create custom super sparkle colours!

Working Tip:This colour likes to be worked cool, but make sure you have your heat base built up while tooling or manipulating the glass to avoid developing a grey haze. As with all chrome colours, we suggest you work this colour in a neutral flame. Garage at 975° F, Anneal at 1050° F.

GA Dragon's Eye Single Rod

Dragon's Eye, 4838 was developed originally for the beaders who are on constant search for a new colour to diversify their creations. To meet the challenge we created a new green tone. We then added enough colour changing silver to allow organic shifts in the colour without overpowering the green or creating mud, and continue to transmit light without appearing transparent. This is a fantastic surface colour that has a wide range of possibilities.

Working Tip: Flame or kiln strike at 1075°F. Work neutral; reduce at end for metallic effects.

GA Dragon's Eye 125grm

Dragon's Eye, 4838 was developed originally for the beaders who are on constant search for a new colour to diversify their creations. To meet the challenge we created a new green tone. We then added enough colour changing silver to allow organic shifts in the colour without overpowering the green or creating mud, and continue to transmit light without appearing transparent. This is a fantastic surface colour that has a wide range of possibilities.

Working Tip: Flame or kiln strike at 1075°F. Work neutral; reduce at end for metallic effects.

GA Peacock Chameleon Single Rod

Peacock Chameleon, 5486 was designed as an organic Prussian blue with subtle colour variations, about midway between the Agua Azul and Twilight tones. It has found extensive use in a wide range of sculptural work.

Working Tip: Work this colour in a neutral flame. Garage at 975° F, Anneal at 1050° F.

GA Peacock Chameleon 125grm

Peacock Chameleon, 5486 was designed as an organic Prussian blue with subtle colour variations, about midway between the Agua Azul and Twilight tones. It has found extensive use in a wide range of sculptural work.

Working Tip: Work this colour in a neutral flame. Garage at 975° F, Anneal at 1050° F.

GA Sapphire Single Rod

Sapphire, 5595 is a Brilliant Blue based sparkle colour utilizing the next generation sparkle technology found in Paparazzi.

Working Tip:  This colour likes to be worked cool, but make sure you have your heat base built up while tooling or manipulating the glass to avoid developing a grey haze. As with all chrome colours.

GA Sapphire 125grm

Sapphire, 5595 is a Brilliant Blue based sparkle colou utilizing the next generation sparkle technology found in Paparazzi.

Working Tip:  This colour ikes to be worked cool, but make sure you have your heat base built up while tooling or manipulating the glass to avoid developing a greyaze. As with all chrome colours.

GA Amazon Lagoon Single Rod

After first introducing information on how to strike silver colours and create metallic finishes, such as using a neutral flame and monitoring time/temperature relationships, we started to hear that some people missed the "surprise" of opening their kiln door. For all of you that fit into this category, we created Amazon Lagoon, 587. This colour was designed to put the "surprise" back into working silver borosilicate colours. Every piece will be beautiful, every piece will be different.

Working Tip: Work in neutral flame and have fun, this one is loaded with silver!

GA Amazon Lagoon 125grm

After first introducing information on how to strike silver colours and create metallic finishes, such as using a neutral flame and monitoring time/temperature relationships, we started to hear that some people missed the "surprise" of opening their kiln door. For all of you that fit into this category, we created Amazon Lagoon, 587. This colour was designed to put the "surprise" back into working silver borosilicate colours. Every piece will be beautiful, every piece will be different.

Working Tip: Work in neutral flame and have fun, this one is loaded with silver!

GA Andromeda Single Rod

Andromeda is a striking sparkle colour that takes the Triple Passion strike and the sparkle of Paparazzi and combines them in one!

Working Tip: Work this colour like you would Triple Passion or a similar striking colour. Since this colour also has chrome it in work it in a neutral flame and garage at 975° F, Anneal at 1050° F.

GA Andromeda 125grm

Andromeda is a striking sparkle colour that takes the Triple Passion strike and the sparkle of Paparazzi and combines them in one!

Working Tip: Work this colour like you would Triple Passion or a similar striking colour. Since this colour also has chrome it in work it in a neutral flame and garage at 975° F, Anneal at 1050° F.

GA Double Passion Single Rod

Double Passion provides the artist with an easy to control amber to purple striking colour. Since Double Passion is less saturated than its older sibling Triple Passion, it does not strike as dark as fast, providing you with the opportunity to develop intense pink and magenta colours.

Working Tip:  Get this colour white hot to erase the striking history. A variety of effects are achievable depending on how long you flame/kiln strike.

GA Double Passion 125grm

Double Passion provides the artist with an easy to control amber to purple striking colour. Since Double Passion is less saturated than its older sibling Triple Passion, it does not strike as dark as fast, providing you with the opportunity to develop intense pink and magenta colours.

Working Tip:  Get this colour white hot to erase the striking history. A variety of effects are achievable depending on how long you flame/kiln strike.