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|May react with:||Selenium |
|Cold characteristics:||Pale transparent blue to lavender. In some lighting may look similar to 1442, 1311, and 1342. Striker.|
|Torch:||Strikes to a transparent pink in the flame. May develop a light brown color on the surface of the glass if worked in the presence of too much propane (or fuel). Light Pink strikes more reliably in larger applications, such as a core bead.|
|Kiln:||A linear, streaked design may develop upon firing and may be visible whether fired lengthwise or on end. Hue and saturation may also differ slightly when compared to sheet glass; a wider range is accepted due to changes that occur in the forming process.|
|Other:||The resulting light pink is more transparent than torchworked sheet glass of the same style. Consider encasing with clear to protect the surface from developing a light brown color in the hotter, neutral flame chemistry that you would use for most other styles. We advise labeling all striking glasses.|
"Striking glasses" change dramatically to reach target color during firing.Colors may vary, depending on firing schedule, rate, atmosphere, and heatwork. For color-sensitive projects, test before use.