GA Serum 125grm

Serum is the first CFL Activated colour by Glass Alchemy.  This colour shifts from a champagne to a rose colour as you move it from natural to fluorescent light. 

Fluorescent light = Pink

Natural light = Champagne

GA Rozay Single Rod

Rozay Rods are a pink version of Purple Rain. Rozay is a vibrant, smooth transparent pink colour that really pops.

Working Tip: Try layering Rozay to achieve a pink tint, or using it in thick solid sections to achieve a vibrant pink.

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GA Red Crayon Single Rod

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Red Crayon is a dense, vibrant opaque cadmium based red. Red Crayon has been reformulated from the ground up as a Neo-Cad. 

Working Tip: Pre-heat in outer flame. Avoid rapid heating.

Artist Description by Mike Shelbo:

"Red Crayon is an opaque 'what you see is what you get' (WYSIWYG).


 
Working the colour without encasement in the outer flame is ideal but quick passes in a sharp hot flame closer to your torch tip also works. Red Crayon works smooth and melts down without any potential sublimination if you have a bit of patience and keep from concentrating a sharp hot flame on one spot. It requires time to warm up and allow the heat to penetrate past the surface of the colour. In other words think of your flame as a small brush and move lightly around the area you intend to get molten in a spot heat situation.

This colour works well for blown and sculptural work and murrine. When encased between two layers of clear glass you can blow out quite thin before colour starts to become translucent. Use with Sangria, Orange Crayon, Rasta Gold Crayon, Yellow Crayon, and Acid Yellow Crayon for recreating fire in sculpted and blown glass" - Mike Shelbo

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GA Red Crayon 125grm

Product Details:

Red Crayon is a dense, vibrant opaque cadmium based red. Red Crayon has been reformulated from the ground up as a Neo-Cad. 

Working Tip: Pre-heat in outer flame. Avoid rapid heating.

Artist Description by Mike Shelbo:

"Red Crayon is an opaque 'what you see is what you get' (WYSIWYG).


 
Working the colour without encasement in the outer flame is ideal but quick passes in a sharp hot flame closer to your torch tip also works. Red Crayon works smooth and melts down without any potential sublimination if you have a bit of patience and keep from concentrating a sharp hot flame on one spot. It requires time to warm up and allow the heat to penetrate past the surface of the colour. In other words think of your flame as a small brush and move lightly around the area you intend to get molten in a spot heat situation.

This colour works well for blown and sculptural work and murrine. When encased between two layers of clear glass you can blow out quite thin before colour starts to become translucent. Use with Sangria, Orange Crayon, Rasta Gold Crayon, Yellow Crayon, and Acid Yellow Crayon for recreating fire in sculpted and blown glass." - Mike Shelbo

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 Raven Single Rod

Raven, 9749 is our densest black.  This colour can be pulled down to a fine stringer and it still maintains its colour saturation.  For a saturated black, this is a surprisingly easy colour to melt and shape.  It does contain chrome, so be sure to take this into consideration.  If you want a chrome free black, check out Eclipse, 9977.  Eclipse is less saturated than Raven, but is a highly workable chrome free black.

Working Tip: Work in neutral flame. If you flash heat in a reducing flame as you finish the project you can produce a look similar to the sheen of a raven's wing.

GA Raven 125grm

Raven, 9749 is our densest black.  This colour can be pulled down to a fine stringer and it still maintains its colour saturation.  For a saturated black, this is a surprisingly easy colour to melt and shape.  It does contain chrome, so be sure to take this into consideration.  If you want a chrome free black, check out Eclipse, 9977.  Eclipse is less saturated than Raven, but is a highly workable chrome free black.

Working Tip: Work in neutral flame. If you flash heat in a reducing flame as you finish the project you can produce a look similar to the sheen of a raven's wing.

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GA Quicksilver Single Rod

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A little bit of silver goes a long way!  Quicksilver has a touch of silver that looks great as a fume layer. You can use it in solid application to build up a thick opaque looking colour. 

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GA Quicksilver 125grm

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A little bit of silver goes a long way!  Quicksilver has a touch of silver that looks great as a fume layer. You can use it in solid application to build up a thick opaque looking colour. 

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GA Purple Rain Single Rod

You know it and love it!! Purple Rain is a vibrant, smooth transparent purple that really pops.

Working Tip: Try layering Purple Rain to achieve a purple tint, or use it in thick solid sections to achieve a vibrant purple

GA Purple Rain 125grm

You know it and love it!! Purple Rain is a vibrant, smooth transparent purple that really pops.

Working Tip: Try layering Purple Rain to achieve a purple tint, or use it in thick solid sections to achieve a vibrant purple

GA Potion Single Rod

Potion has made a series of evolutions since we first introduced Purple Potion, side by side with Serum.  This CFL shifter changed from purple to a brighter purple.  Thomas then reworked the formulation and we released it as Potion 2.0.  The formulation has been finalized and Potion is now here!

GA Portland Grey Single Rod

Portland Gray, 9992 was developed to fill a hole in the borosilicate palette. There were no grey rods available and the pre-forms went almost white... how could you make a believable shark? So we made the first opaque grey; we chose neutral # 5 on the grey scale as a starting point.

Working Tip: Per-heat in outer flame.  Avoid rapid heating.

GA Portland Grey 125grm

Portland Gray, 9992 was developed to fill a hole in the borosilicate palette. There were no grey rods available and the pre-forms went almost white... how could you make a believable shark? So we made the first opaque grey; we chose neutral # 5 on the grey scale as a starting point.

Working Tip: Per-heat in outer flame.  Avoid rapid heating.

GA Portland Green Single Rod

Product Details: Darker and richer than Crippy, Portland Green has a high refractive index and optical clarity found in our Next-Gen Transparent line.

Working Tip: For best results, work in a neutral flame. 

GA Portland Green 125grm

Product Details: Darker and richer than Crippy, Portland Green has a high refractive index and optical clarity found in our Next-Gen Transparent line.

Working Tip: For best results, work in a neutral flame. 

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GA Plasma Single Rod

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Plasma is a First-Gen version of Serum.  Get the same great colour shift at a lower price!!

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GA Plasma 125grm

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Plasma is a First-Gen version of Serum.  Get the same great colour shift at a lower price!!

GA Persimmon Strike Single Rod

Persimmon Strike, 2383 was developed to yield a playful orange. Your intention and skill can determine many outcomes with this colour.

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.