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Old 2017-04-14, 8:02pm
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Default Glass glitter shards?

Came across glass glitter shards here:
http://www.limabeads.com/Glass-Glitter-C7119

Never heard of it,but can it be used with our Lampwork?
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Old 2017-04-14, 10:17pm
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If you know the coe or test it I guess, it wouldn't 'glitter' it would melt, you know? Like frit. My late night thinking anyways.
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Old 2017-04-16, 3:41pm
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Might be fun trapped inside a hollow bead though.
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Old 2017-04-17, 9:05am
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I tried some of the frit and it did not retain the sparkle...
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