GA Triple Passion Single Rod

Triple Passion, 786 was introduced as an easy striking amber to purple colour. Due to its formulation this colour quickly, easily and consistently strikes through a wide range of bright and delightful purples. The use of colour-changing borosilicate exploded soon after Glass Alchemy introduced this colour to the market. This is a must have in every glass studio!

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 Triple Passion 125grm

Triple Passion, 786 was introduced as an easy striking amber to purple colour. Due to its formulation this colour quickly, easily and consistently strikes through a wide range of bright and delightful purples. The use of colour-changing borosilicate exploded soon after Glass Alchemy introduced this colour to the market. This is a must have in every glass studio!

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 Passion Extreme Single Rod

Passion Extreme, 788 is designed to strike deep and dark in a thin application. This highly saturated sibling of Triple Passion is a must have!

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 Passion Extreme 125grm

Passion Extreme, 788 is designed to strike deep and dark in a thin application. This highly saturated sibling of Triple Passion is a must have!

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 Tiger's Eye Single Rod

Tiger's Eye is a Beryl 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 Tiger's Eye 125grm

Tiger's Eye is a Beryl 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 Amazon Night Single Rod

The year was 2001 and it was Henry's birthday. He had never given himself a birthday present so he figured it was time to change that. Four days later on October the 9th Amazon Night, 987 was born. His baby is a beautiful green with silver that produces amazing strikes and silver lustres. This colour is also our preferred method for testing for a neutral flame. Also available in frit, this colour is a must have for every studio!

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

GA Amazon Nights 125grm

The year was 2001 and it was Henry's birthday. He had never given himself a birthday present so he figured it was time to change that. Four days later on October the 9th Amazon Night, 987 was born. His baby is a beautiful green with silver that produces amazing strikes and silver lustres. This colour is also our preferred method for testing for a neutral flame. Also available in frit, this colour is a must have for every studio!

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

GA Sno White Single Rod

White is a necessary and ironically very difficult colour to make in glass. Tin based whites have been made in the past but have not been very successful. We wanted the rich deep white associated with tin so we spent many years drilling down on the final formula. Today’s Sno White, 9995 is the highest saturated white on the borosilicate market.
Working Tip: Heat slowly to raise the core temperature. Once the heat base is established, this colour can be worked very hot and any air bubbles that popped during the preheat will smooth out. Getting this colour white hot will cause excessive gas release that can not be repaired and should therefore be avoided.

GA Sno White 125grm

White is a necessary and ironically very difficult colour to make in glass. Tin based whites have been made in the past but have not been very successful. We wanted the rich deep white associated with tin so we spent many years drilling down on the final formula. Today’s Sno White, 9995 is the highest saturated white on the borosilicate market.
Working Tip: Heat slowly to raise the core temperature. Once the heat base is established, this colour can be worked very hot and any air bubbles that popped during the preheat will smooth out. Getting this colour white hot will cause excessive gas release that can not be repaired and should therefore be avoided.

GA Agua Mist Single Rod

Agua Mist, 443 is a smooth and creamy blue-green that falls between Agua Azul and Alchemy Mint. This colour rounds out the water fade and has similar working properties to Agua Azul. This colour looks great on its own and compliments or contrasts nearly all colours in the Glass Alchemy palette.

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

GA Agua Mist 125grm

Agua Mist, 443 is a smooth and creamy blue-green that falls between Agua Azul and Alchemy Mint. This colour rounds out the water fade and has similar working properties to Agua Azul. This colour looks great on its own and compliments or contrasts nearly all colours in the Glass Alchemy palette.

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

GA Turquoise Single Rod

Turquoise, 445 was inspired by Southwest American Indian art. To mimic natural turquoise we wanted a colour that would develop organic red highlights within the green colouration like the stone.

Working Tip: Work this colour in a neutral flame. Garage at 975° F, Anneal at 1050° F. Use of reduction at the end of the project can produce subtle red tones.

GA Turquoise 125grm

Turquoise, 445 was inspired by Southwest American Indian art. To mimic natural turquoise we wanted a colour that would develop organic red highlights within the green colouration like the stone.

Working Tip: Work this colour in a neutral flame. Garage at 975° F, Anneal at 1050° F. Use of reduction at the end of the project can produce subtle red tones.

GA Really Teally Single Rod

Really Teally, 544 is an easy to work opaque blue that falls between Agua Azul and Peacock. This colour was designed to fill out the blue-green palette, providing the perfect colour to round out the fade.

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

GA Really Teally 125grm

Really Teally, 544 is an easy to work opaque blue that falls between Agua Azul and Peacock. This colour was designed to fill out the blue-green palette, providing the perfect colour to round out the fade.

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

GA Peacock Single Rod

Peacock, 546 was designed as part of a series of 6 blues and greens to provide a range of hues and intensities that would work well with each other as well as set off the bright crayon colours. An easy to work dark opaque blue that is often copied but never duplicated.

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

GA Peacock 125grm

Peacock, 546 was designed as part of a series of 6 blues and greens to provide a range of hues and intensities that would work well with each other as well as set off the bright crayon colours. An easy to work dark opaque blue that is often copied but never duplicated.

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

GA Brilliant Blue Single Rod

We altered the refractive index to make this a vibrant blue. It plays well with all colours, especially silver ones. This is a must have for any studio.

Working Tip: Work in neutral flame to avoid reduction (grey streaks)

GA Brilliant Blue 125grm

We altered the refractive index to make this a vibrant blue. It plays well with all colours, especially silver ones. This is a must have for any studio.

Working Tip: Work in neutral flame to avoid reduction (grey streaks)