elizabethbeads

Premium Glass Frit Blends for Lampwork Bead Making

463 Sales

elizabethbeads

Premium Glass Frit Blends for Lampwork Bead Making

463 Sales On Etsy since 2011

5 out of 5 stars
(147)

Announcement   Welcome to my shop which features premium glass frit blends for lampwork bead making!

My frit blends are made with Gaffer, Kugler and Reichenbach "furnace glass" which has a coefficient of expansion in the range of 96 (CoE). They can be used with 104 CoE glass and Bullseye, on the surface in small amounts, approximately 5 to 10 percent of the bead mass.

Frit weights differ somewhat based on the metal oxides used as colorants. A standard "2 oz. jar" holds approximately 42 to 60 grams and a standard "4 oz. jar" holds approximately 85 to 120 grams.

If you are interested in my handmade lampwork glass beads, right now I am selling my beads on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/elizabethbeads

Visit my website at https://www.elizabethbeads.com for links to additional Facebook groups where I auction my beads.

You also may like my Facebook business page, Elizabeth Beads, at: https://www.facebook.com/LampworkGlass

And thanks for your support - it means the world to me.

Liz

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Last updated on Oct 28, 2016

Welcome to my shop which features premium glass frit blends for lampwork bead making!

My frit blends are made with Gaffer, Kugler and Reichenbach "furnace glass" which has a coefficient of expansion in the range of 96 (CoE). They can be used with 104 CoE glass and Bullseye, on the surface in small amounts, approximately 5 to 10 percent of the bead mass.

Frit weights differ somewhat based on the metal oxides used as colorants. A standard "2 oz. jar" holds approximately 42 to 60 grams and a standard "4 oz. jar" holds approximately 85 to 120 grams.

If you are interested in my handmade lampwork glass beads, right now I am selling my beads on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/elizabethbeads

Visit my website at https://www.elizabethbeads.com for links to additional Facebook groups where I auction my beads.

You also may like my Facebook business page, Elizabeth Beads, at: https://www.facebook.com/LampworkGlass

And thanks for your support - it means the world to me.

Liz

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About

A life-long love of glass

You may be familiar with the art of lampworking or perhaps you are curious about it. My lampwork beads are made using colorful glass cane, which is melted by a torch and wound on a mandrel. Gravity, tools and presses create the final bead shape.

Decorations are added using my self-blended glass frit, hand pulled stringer and home-made murrini. Special effects are achieved by the addition of gold, silver and copper in the form of leaf, foil and wire. Special silver-laden glasses are some of my favorites to use.

Flame chemistry and cycles of heating and cooling are employed in many designs. Finally, the finished bead is annealed in a kiln and carefully cleaned and inspected before being made available to you for purchase.

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    I've been making lampwork beads since 2008 and mixing my own frit blends. Certain blends have been very popular with customers so I'm offering them for sale. Please also check out my handmade beads in my shop: etsy.com/shop/elizabethsbeads <3

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Last updated on February 8, 2015
Welcome to my shop where I sell my premium frit blends for lampwork glass bead making. For my handmade lampwork glass beads, beaded keys and more, please visit Elizabeth Beads on Etsy at www.etsy.com/shop/elizabethsbeads or my website at http://elizabethbeads.com for links to the Facebook groups where I sell my beads.

My frit blends are made with Gaffer, Kugler and Reichenbach "furnace glass" which has a coefficient of expansion in the range of 96 (CoE). Frit weights differ somewhat based on the metal oxides used as colorants. A standard "2 oz, jar" holds approximately 42 to 60 grams and a standard "4 oz. jar" holds approximately 85 to 120 grams.

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Texas residents will be charged 8.25% sales tax.
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I use the most cost effective shipping service and ship within 1-3 business days.

International parcels usually take 7-10 days to arrive but have taken as long as 6-8 weeks to reach some international destinations. If you wish to pay for expedited delivery and/or insurance, please let me know prior to purchase and I will adjust your shipping costs.

Import duties, taxes, and customs charges are not included in the item price or shipping cost. These charges are the buyer's responsibility. Please check with your country's customs office to determine what these additional costs will be prior to buying.

Stating that a purchased item is a gift or designating a lower amount of value on customs forms is against U.S. law.
Refunds and Exchanges
You have the option to return the unused item within 14 days for a full refund. Shipping is not refundable however.
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My blends are made with Gaffer, Kugler and Reichenbach "furnace glass" which has a coefficient of expansion in the range of 96 (CoE). Frit weights differ somewhat based on the metal oxides used as colorants. A standard "2 oz, jar" holds approximately 42 to 60 grams and a standard "4 oz. jar" holds approximately 85 to 120 grams.