NEW

GA First-Gen Atomic Kumquat Single rod

This old school UV favourite is back.  A clear rod that glows orange under UV, Atomic Kumquat is now back as part of our First-Gen Transparent line.

Working Tip:  Use as a clear layer to add an extra pop to your work.

NEW

GA First -Gen Lime Drop Single Rod

The release of the First-Gen Lemon Drop has been so well received, we are bringing you a green version! Lime Drop is a beautiful, limey green that goes great with the OG favorite, Lemon Drop!

Working Tip: This is a Retro-Cad™ and will not be as workable as the Neo-Cads™. Try adding a thin layer of clear if you are experiencing surface issues. In this photo, the stem is coil-potted and the bowl is a blowout.

       

NEW

GA Elixir Single Rod

This is one of the new First-Gen Transparents manufactured this year by Glass Alchemy

Elixir is beautiful, deep purple under CFL lighting and shifts to blue in natural light.

  

NEW

GA Elixir 125grm

This is one of the new First-Gen Transparents manufactured this year by Glass Alchemy

Elixir is beautiful, deep purple under CFL lighting and shifts to blue in natural light.

 

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 Dragon's Blood Single Rod

Dragon's Blood, 1939 is a self striking ruby colour. This colour has been designed to strike back to a rich ruby red in the flame. 
Working Tip: This colour will strike back as it cools. Dragon’s Blood will strike to a deeper red in the flame or kiln

GA Dragon's Blood 125grm

Dragon's Blood, 1939 is a self striking ruby colour. This colour has been designed to strike back to a rich ruby red in the flame. 
Working Tip: This colour will strike back as it cools. Dragon’s Blood will strike to a deeper red in the flame or kiln

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.

GA Disco Sparkle Single Rod

Disco Sparkle, 9958 is an exciting sparkle colour. It is a concentrated silver metallic colour in a clear base. This allows Disco Sparkle, 9958 to be mixed into almost any colour. While many people use the colour full strength, others mix it down as much as 10 parts of clear (or colour) to 1 part of Disco Sparkle, 9958. Even if using the rod full strength it is best to remix the colour prior to using for a smooth, highly reflective surface.

Working Tip:  Disco likes to be worked cool as to avoid yellowing... Treat it like a Crayon colour.

GA Disco Sparkle 125grm

Disco Sparkle, 9958 is an exciting sparkle colour. It is a concentrated silver metallic colour in a clear base. This allows Disco Sparkle, 9958 to be mixed into almost any colour. While many people use the colour full strength, others mix it down as much as 10 parts of clear (or colour) to 1 part of Disco Sparkle, 9958. Even if using the rod full strength it is best to remix the colour prior to using for a smooth, highly reflective surface.

Working Tip:  Disco likes to be worked cool as to avoid yellowing... Treat it like a Crayon colour.

GA Crippy Single Rods

Product Details: This Next-Gen Transparent is a rework of one of our original transparent colours, Kryptonite. Using next level production techniques, Crippy 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 Crippy 125grm

Product Details: This Next-Gen Transparent is a rework of one of our original transparent colours, Kryptonite. Using next level production techniques, Crippy 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 Cobalt-6 Single Rod

Cobalt-6, 516 was one of our early releases. The darkest of the Glass Alchemy cobalt colours we were faced with, "how dark is too dark"? We had the millifiori maker and the stringer puller in mind when we developed this colour. Now one of our most popular colours, it is used by many any time they need a denser dark colour.

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

GA Cobalt-6 125grm

Cobalt-6, 516 was one of our early releases. The darkest of the Glass Alchemy cobalt colours we were faced with, "how dark is too dark"? We had the millifiori maker and the stringer puller in mind when we developed this colour. Now one of our most popular colours, it is used by many any time they need a denser dark colour.

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

GA Cobalt-5 Single Rod

One of our most popular cobalt colours, Cobalt-5, 515 provides the artist with a highly saturated, easy to work blue.

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

GA Cobalt-5 125grm

One of our most popular cobalt colours, Cobalt-5, 515 provides the artist with a highly saturated, easy to work blue.

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

GA Cobalt-4 Single Rod

The fourth darkest of the six Glass Alchemy Cobalt colours, Cobalt-4, 514 was designed to provide artists with the ideal cobalt blue for small blown work and old skool surface work.

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

GA Cobalt-4 125grm

The fourth darkest of the six Glass Alchemy Cobalt colours, Cobalt-4, 514 was designed to provide artists with the ideal cobalt blue for small blown work and old skool surface work.

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