Bullseye stringers truly expand your creative range. You can use them straight out of the tube or shape them with a flame. Offsets, accents, displacements, the possibilities are endless.
Don't be fooled by this simple looking glass, it can cause quite a "reaction" when combined with certain types of glass. The reaction creates "halos" of color on the edges of the glass.
May React With Copper, Silver
Looks similar to White Opalescent (000113) with a slight blue tint.
Reactive cloud opalescent can be easily confused with 000113. Reactive combinations have the potential to create an interface color, which may continue to develop through multiple firings. Copper-based reactions tend to be variations of deep red to black, while silver-based reactions are more likely to develop as earth tones. Reactions are generally related to the amount of copper and silver content, heat work and surface area contact.
Photo above is an image of the glass, actual color may differ slightly.