GA Tonic 125grm

Tonic has a vintage glass look and is a younger sibling of Rain Drop.  For best results, this crisp, high index colour should be used in a neutral flame.

Working Tip: Work neutral to oxidizing for best results. A reducing flame will cause red streaking.

GA Tiger's Eye Single Rod

Tiger's Eye is a Beryl based sparkle colour utilizing the next generation sparkle technology found in Paparazzi.

Working Tip:  This colour likes to be worked cool, but make sure you have your heat base built up while tooling or manipulating the glass to avoid developing a grey haze. As with all chrome colours

GA Tiger's Eye 125grm

Tiger's Eye is a Beryl based sparkle colour utilizing the next generation sparkle technology found in Paparazzi.

Working Tip:  This colour likes to be worked cool, but make sure you have your heat base built up while tooling or manipulating the glass to avoid developing a grey haze. As with all chrome colours

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GA Thomas Test Lab Orange Shades Single Rod

Test Lab Orange Shades are back!! These batches are vibrant and semi-transparent.

Note: Thomas' Test Lab contains good quality glass.  The colour formulation is still not final and final QC parameters have not been set.

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GA Thomas Test Lab Orange Shades 125grm

Test Lab Orange Shades are back!! These batches are vibrant and semi-transparent.

Note: Thomas' Test Lab contains good quality glass.  The colour formulation is still not final and final QC parameters have not been set.

GA Tequila Sunrise Single Rod

Tequila Sunrise, 2380 is a light version of Persimmon Strike, 2383, providing more nuance and control to the artist.                           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 Tequila Sunrise 125grm

Tequila Sunrise, 2380 is a light version of Persimmon Strike, 2383, providing more nuance and control to the artist.

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 Starry Night Single Rod

Starry Night, 4585 is a variation of the much loved Paparazzi, 4595.  We added a touch of silver so you can yield a nice mild strike, while still seeing the depth of sparkle.

 Working Tip:  This colour likes to be worked cool, but make sure you have your heat base built up while tooling or manipulating the glass to avoid developing a grey haze. As with all chrome colours, we suggest you work this colour in a neutral flame.  Garage at 975° F, Anneal at 1050° F.

GA Starry Night 125grm

Starry Night, 4585 is a variation of the much loved Paparazzi, 4595.  We added a touch of silver so you can yield a nice mild strike, while still seeing the depth of sparkle.

Working Tip:  This colour likes to be worked cool, but make sure you have your heat base built up while tooling or manipulating the glass to avoid developing a grey haze. As with all chrome colours, we suggest you work this colour in a neutral flame.  Garage at 975° F, Anneal at 1050° F.

GA Sno White Single Rod

White is a necessary and ironically very difficult colour to make in glass. Tin based whites have been made in the past but have not been very successful. We wanted the rich deep white associated with tin so we spent many years drilling down on the final formula. Today’s Sno White, 9995 is the highest saturated white on the borosilicate market.
Working Tip: Heat slowly to raise the core temperature. Once the heat base is established, this colour can be worked very hot and any air bubbles that popped during the preheat will smooth out. Getting this colour white hot will cause excessive gas release that can not be repaired and should therefore be avoided.

GA Sno White 125grm

White is a necessary and ironically very difficult colour to make in glass. Tin based whites have been made in the past but have not been very successful. We wanted the rich deep white associated with tin so we spent many years drilling down on the final formula. Today’s Sno White, 9995 is the highest saturated white on the borosilicate market.
Working Tip: Heat slowly to raise the core temperature. Once the heat base is established, this colour can be worked very hot and any air bubbles that popped during the preheat will smooth out. Getting this colour white hot will cause excessive gas release that can not be repaired and should therefore be avoided.

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GA Small Batch Glue Stick Single Rod

Glue Stick is a semi-transparent white and has similar working properties to Ether and Mystique.

Working Tip: Work it hot or cool, in as close to a neutral flame as possible. Try thinning it out for a milky tint. Blow-outs work best for the Pastel colors.

First Quality Product Specifications:
Each rod is 20 inches long and approximately 7mm in diameter

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GA Small Batch Glue Stick 125grm

Glue Stick is a semi-transparent white and has similar working properties to Ether and Mystique.

Working Tip: Work it hot or cool, in as close to a neutral flame as possible. Try thinning it out for a milky tint. Blow-outs work best for the Pastel colorus.

First Quality Product Specifications:
Each rod is 20 inches long and approximately 7mm in diameter

GA SingularPassion 125grm

Singular Passion is the least saturated sibling in the Glass Alchemy Passion family. This colour is designed to stay in the yellow range and looks great layered over other colours. Easy to use and control, this colour is a great addition to any palette.

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 Singular Passion Single Rod

Singular Passion is the least saturated sibling in the Glass Alchemy Passion family. This colour is designed to stay in the yellow range and looks great layered over other colours. Easy to use and control, this colour is a great addition to any palette.

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 Silver Strike Single Rod

Silver Strike-5, 385 gives the artist control over the outcome. The more you work this colour the more intriguing the final result will be.

Working Tip: Heat to a dull orange and cool multiple times to strike the colour. Use a reducing flame to create the popular bleached tones

GA Sienna Brown Single Rod

Sienna Brown, 864 was one of our first six colours. An elegant brown created to fit into the mostly transparent palette at the time, this colour easily falls into several colour schemes. It becomes deeper in tone, approaching black as it is melted into larger gathers.

Working Tip: Work in neutral flame to avoid reduction (black with grey wisps)

GA Shamrock Single Rod

Shamrock is Glass Alchemy's next generation green, with increased workability and density.

Working Tip: Work this colour in a neutral flame. Garage at 975° F, Anneal at 1050° F.

GA Serum Single Rod

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 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