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Old 2006-04-28, 2:19pm
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Question Reactive Glass?

I've heard so much about the fun reactions that occur with certain glass colors. Some react with metals like silver and gold, others have interesting reactions with reduction frits, while many react simply when used with each other.

Some of the colors I know about include ivory, opal yellow, EDP and copper green. I've played mad scientist with a few, however I am hoping that with all the collective knowledge on this board you can give me some guidelines/examples of what these reactive colors are and what they can do.

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oops - I meant to post this under tips, techniques and questions ...
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do you mean ivory or dark ivory? or both?

I didn't know about EDP, I thought it just scummed up.
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This thread has several tips on reactive glasses: http://www.lampworketc.com/forums/sh...light=reaction

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