Northstar Boro Mystery Aventurine Full Rod

NS-078 Mystery Aventurine is a brilliant aventurine colour that strikes to deep purples and reds. When thinned it turns a pale yellowish amber. Mystery Aventurine is well suited for blown work and stringer application. It is not overly sensitive to reduction and is best worked in a hot neutral flame. For the best strike, kiln striking is the way to go. When using this colour heavily encased keep work time to a minimum and kiln anneal thoroughly. Mystery Aventurine looks great over NS-076 Onyx and NS-054 Star White.
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Northstar Boro Silver Bullet Full Rod

NS-102 Silver Bullet is a look alike of NS-44 Caramel. It is a rich silvery tan color that can be stretched out thin. It is great for stringer application and blown work. Work in a hot neutral to oxidizing flame for bright tan colors. To bring out the silvery mirror like sheen, bathe the piece in a reducing flame. Try NS-07 Ruby or NS-13 Amber Purple over NS-102 Silver Bullet.

125grm of Northstar Silver Bullet

NS-102 Silver Bullet is a look alike of NS-44 Caramel. It is a rich silvery tan color that can be stretched out thin. It is great for stringer application and blown work. Work in a hot neutral to oxidizing flame for bright tan colors. To bring out the silvery mirror like sheen, bathe the piece in a reducing flame. Try NS-07 Ruby or NS-13 Amber Purple over NS-102 Silver Bullet.

Northstar Boro Star White Full Rod

Star White First,

NS-054 Star White is a creamy fully opaque white. It is an indispensable colour in the palette for all applications. It is great for sculpture, stringers, blown work, and backings for all transparent colours. With several reformulations Star White has been turned into an easy colour to work. It is atmospherically stable meaning it can be worked in any flame without the colour being affected. To prevent any boiling issues, heat NS-054 Star White slowly and gently. Once the colour is glowing it can take a lot of heat. The trick is patience with a soft flame!

125grm of Northstar Star White

Star White First,

NS-054 Star White is a creamy fully opaque white. It is an indispensable colour in the palette for all applications. It is great for sculpture, stringers, blown work, and backings for all transparent colours. With several reformulations Star White has been turned into an easy colour to work. It is atmospherically stable meaning it can be worked in any flame without the colour being affected. To prevent any boiling issues, heat NS-054 Star White slowly and gently. Once the colour is glowing it can take a lot of heat. The trick is patience with a soft flame!

Northstar Boro Skyline Full Rod

 Skyline First,

NS-083 Skyline is a fully opaque bright baby blue. It is well suited for stringer applications and blown work. It is not sensitive to reduction but must be heated up slowly to prevent boiling. Once the colour is glowing it will take a lot of heat. Skyline is also a great background colour for many transparent colours.

125grm of Northstar Skyline

Skyline First,

NS-083 Skyline is a fully opaque bright baby blue. It is well suited for stringer applications and blown work. It is not sensitive to reduction but must be heated up slowly to prevent boiling. Once the colour is glowing it will take a lot of heat. Skyline is also a great background colour for many transparent colours.

Northstar Boro ill-uminati Full Rod Odd

1 x Full rod of Northstar ill-uminati , 6.5mm dia x 460-470mm long

Northstar Jet Black Full Rod

1 x Full length of Northstar Jet Black, 6.5mm dia x 460-475mm long

125grm of Northstar Jet Black

Jet Black First,

NS-125 Jet Black is a very dense black. It is well suited for sculptural applications and blown work. It is creamy and works easily, making it a welcome addition to the palette of blacks from which to choose. When working NS-125 Jet Black, do so in an oxidizing flame. If worked in a reductive environment it will develop grey streaks on the surface and result in a dull matte finish. When applying the colour, do so gently. After it is melted in it can take a lot of heat. NS-125 Jet Black is great in combination with many colours and serves as a background for striking colours.

Northstar Boro Rootbeer Full Rod

NS-037 Rootbeer is a striking red that can yield numerous effects ranging from rich blues and purples to reds and earthy browns. Rootbeer is well suited for sculpture and blown work of all thickness. It can be kiln or flame struck. It strikes more quickly than any other striking reds, so plan carefully. Work in a neutral to oxidizing flame to keep it from developing any liveliness. Try it with a backing of NS-065 Cherry.

125grm of Northstar Rootbeer

NS-037 Rootbeer is a striking red that can yield numerous effects ranging from rich blues and purples to reds and earthy browns. Rootbeer is well suited for sculpture and blown work of all thickness. It can be kiln or flame struck. It strikes more quickly than any other striking reds, so plan carefully. Work in a neutral to oxidizing flame to keep it from developing any liveliness. Try it with a backing of NS-065 Cherry.

Northstar Boro Rootbeer 50grm

NS-037 Rootbeer is a striking red that can yield numerous effects ranging from rich blues and purples to reds and earthy browns. Rootbeer is well suited for sculpture and blown work of all thickness. It can be kiln or flame struck. It strikes more quickly than any other striking reds, so plan carefully. Work in a neutral to oxidizing flame to keep it from developing any liveliness. Try it with a backing of NS-065 Cherry.

Northstar Boro Maple Syrup Odd Full Rod

Maple Syrup First

NS-141 Maple Syrup is a colour Northsatr has reached back into the history books for.Originally discontinued from our palette as NS-42 Cinamon, we have brough back this transparent brown with a reformulation to decrease air content and homogenize the colour.

125grm of Northstar Maple Syrup Odd

Maple Syrup First

NS-141 Maple Syrup is a colour Northsatr has reached back into the history books for.Originally discontinued from our palette as NS-42 Cinamon, we have brough back this transparent brown with a reformulation to decrease air content and homogenize the colour.

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Northstar Boro Maple Syrup 50grm

Maple Syrup First

NS-141 Maple Syrup is a colour Northsatr has reached back into the history books for.Originally discontinued from our palette as NS-42 Cinamon, we have brough back this transparent brown with a reformulation to decrease air content and homogenize the colour.

Northstar Boro Purple Lilac Full Rod

Purple Lilac First,

We recommend using this colour in any type of flame. For a more opaque colour use a slightly reducing flame and for beautiful transparent colour use an oxidizing flame. This colour can be used in any application without problems as well. We consider this colour to be a striking colour so the more you anneal it the more opaque it will turn. Please remember that if you thin out the colour too much you will not be able to bring it back to a nice opaque colour.

125grm of Northstar Purple Lilac

Purple Lilac First,

We recommend using this colour in any type of flame. For a more opaque colour use a slightly reducing flame and for beautiful transparent colour use an oxidizing flame. This colour can be used in any application without problems as well. We consider this colour to be a striking colour so the more you anneal it the more opaque it will turn. Please remember that if you thin out the colour too much you will not be able to bring it back to a nice opaque colour.

Northstar Boro Crystal Bliss 50grm

Crystal Bliss First,

NS-123 Crystal Bliss is a light cobalt blue with lots of sparkle. The colour is not heat sensitive and works great. NS-123 Crystal Bliss is very light in colour and when pulled thin, the colour will fade to clear. We created NS-123 Crystal Bliss the artists that like to coat their colours with sparkle. Use an oxidizing flame to cut down on red lines of copper.

Northstar Boro Plum Krazy Full Rod

Plum Krazy First,

NS-093 Plum Krazy is a dark transparent faux purple that strikes to a rich smoky blue. Work in a cool oxidizing flame to prevent overheating and striking the colour. When ready to strike, either kiln at 1050F or bathe the glass in a gentle bushy neutral flame to bring out the soft blue strike. This colour is best suited for moderately thick coil-potted blown work and sculptural applications. When encased in clear this colour produces a vibrant violet with wisps of metallic blue. Be sure to try it over NS-054 Star White or NS-081 Blue Caramel. Prolonged reduction leads to a greyish blue opaque surface.