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Old 08-06-2004, 05:57 PM
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Re: Glow in the dark glass

I have A Glow Glass Gallery Where Finished Pieces May be Viewed.
Nothing is for sale here
It is just a gallery with a lot of Glowing Glass
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Old 08-06-2004, 06:14 PM
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Re: Glow in the dark glass

Sorry to Be a pain But I have to post a couple more pictures.
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Old 08-06-2004, 06:24 PM
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Re: Glow in the dark glass

I got some glow powder from ABR at the Gathering and can't wait to try it!

This is the first I've heard that Uranium yellow Moretti glows under black light - THAT I'm gonna check out
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Old 08-06-2004, 09:27 PM
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Re: Glow in the dark glass

A few more pieces of Glow Glass.
Enjoy

The first one is a Boro Pendant 33 coe

The second one is 96coe glow cabachons

The fourth one is a Boro Pendant 33 coe

The fifth one is 104 coe moretti/lauscha/vetrifond etc
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Old 08-06-2004, 09:39 PM
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Re: Glow in the dark glass

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Sorry to Be a pain But I have to post a couple more pictures.

This info is for 3 posts back.....sorry I goofed

Just wanted to say that

The first picture is my own 104 coe (softglass) beads

The second through fourth are all Boro 33 coe

The fifth is 90 coe furnace glass it is over a foot long

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Re: Glow in the dark glass

PyroAaron was working with these powders quite awhile ago. Here's a thread and maybe he can give you some info too, as he did alot of safety research prior to using them.

Glow in the Dark Light Bulb

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Old 08-07-2004, 11:14 AM
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Re: Glow in the dark glass

Ok, "GASP", pm me your address and I will send you a chunk - that will get me to take a hammer to this stuff - I really do want to use it, after the first "blow" it will be easier from then on, LOL The Moretti uranium yellow does NOT glow in the dark - it has that name, cause it sort of has that color- God Bless - Virginia L.
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Re: Glow in the dark glass

I have recently bought the blue glow in the dark powder from mountain glass and have been trying to make a rod without success. I tried in casing it in a tube and that didn't work, so I tried to fold and twist it to fix it. That didn't work very well. The powder burned up every time it was hit by the flame. I tried to mix clear frit powder and the glow powder in a quarts crucible in my kiln with a hand torch to help increase the temperature, but couldn't get it hot enough to liquify. I was going to try the fold and twist method again with a larger torch ( Carlie CC instead of a Nortel\Major Minor). If anyone has any advise I would love to hear it. Feel free to contact me via email or on here. I'm new here and don't know how any of this works.

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