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Glass - Amethyst - Cabochon Round - Checkerboard Glass - Amethyst - Cabochon Round - Checkerboard

Glass - Amethyst

Set into a matching bezel, create a custom bezel, or set after firing.

Not recommended for kiln firing.

Glass - Amethyst - Cabochon Oval - Buff Top Glass - Amethyst - Cabochon Oval - Buff Top

Glass - Amethyst

Set into a matching bezel, create a custom bezel, or set after firing.

Not recommended for kiln firing.

Glass - Confetti White - COE 90 Glass - Confetti White - COE 90

Glass - Confetti White - COE 90

2 oz of paper thin shards for fusing. Crumble to make confetti.What is COE and why is it important?


COE stands for "coefficient of expansion". To put it simply, as glass heats up, it expands and when it cools it contracts. The COE number tells us the rate at which a particular glass expands and contracts. If you try to fuse glass with mismatched COE numbers, the glass will crack as it cools. So, it's critical to the success of your projects that you use the same COE number for all the glass you are fusing in a project. But don't worry; we've made it easy on you! All of our glass products are 90 COE so they combine safely.
Add bright bursts of color and random shapes with these paper-thin shards of glass. Confetti can be layered to create custom shapes patterns and colors when fused. 2 oz tube. 90 COE.

Price: $4.50
New Price: $3.00
Glass - Confetti Black - COE 90 Glass - Confetti Black - COE 90

Glass - Confetti Black - COE 90

2 oz of paper thin shards for fusing. Crumble to make confetti.What is COE and why is it important?


COE stands for "coefficient of expansion". To put it simply, as glass heats up, it expands and when it cools it contracts. The COE number tells us the rate at which a particular glass expands and contracts. If you try to fuse glass with mismatched COE numbers, the glass will crack as it cools. So, it's critical to the success of your projects that you use the same COE number for all the glass you are fusing in a project. But don't worry; we've made it easy on you! All of our glass products are 90 COE so they combine safely.
Add bright bursts of color and random shapes with these paper-thin shards of glass. Confetti can be layered to create custom shapes patterns and colors when fused. 2 oz tube. 90 COE.

Price: $4.75
New Price: $3.00
Glass Stone - Orange Pendant Round 40mm Pkg - 1 Glass Stone - Orange Pendant Round 40mm Pkg/1

Glass Stone - Orange Pendant Round 40mm Pkg - 1

The image you see is the exact stone you will receive!

No Fire
Man-made glass stone. Use for a centerpiece on your next project. Set after firing.

Pkg of 1: $7.50
New Price: $3.00
Glass - Confetti Purple Glass - Confetti Purple

Glass - Confetti Purple

2 oz of paper thin shards for fusing. Crumble to make confetti.What is COE and why is it important?


COE stands for "coefficient of expansion". To put it simply, as glass heats up, it expands and when it cools it contracts. The COE number tells us the rate at which a particular glass expands and contracts. If you try to fuse glass with mismatched COE numbers, the glass will crack as it cools. So, it's critical to the success of your projects that you use the same COE number for all the glass you are fusing in a project. But don't worry; we've made it easy on you! All of our glass products are 90 COE so they combine safely.

Price: $5.65
New Price: $3.50
Glass Frit - White Glass Frit - White

Glass Frit - White

Large grain frit in recloseable tube. 22 grams.What is COE and why is it important?


COE stands for "coefficient of expansion". To put it simply, as glass heats up, it expands and when it cools it contracts. The COE number tells us the rate at which a particular glass expands and contracts. If you try to fuse glass with mismatched COE numbers, the glass will crack as it cools. So, it's critical to the success of your projects that you use the same COE number for all the glass you are fusing in a project. But don't worry; we've made it easy on you! All of our glass products are 90 COE so they combine safely.

Price: $5.65
New Price: $4.00
Glass - Transparent Green - COE 90 Glass - Transparent Green - COE 90

Glass - Transparent Green - COE 90

Use for fusing glass elements and art. Measures 2" x 3". COE 90 glass.What is COE and why is it important?


COE stands for "coefficient of expansion". To put it simply, as glass heats up, it expands and when it cools it contracts. The COE number tells us the rate at which a particular glass expands and contracts. If you try to fuse glass with mismatched COE numbers, the glass will crack as it cools. So, it's critical to the success of your projects that you use the same COE number for all the glass you are fusing in a project. But don't worry; we've made it easy on you! All of our glass products are 90 COE so they combine safely.
This Fuseworks Dichroic Glass adds dimension, pattern, and surface variety to your fused glass projects. The photo shows the glass before and after firing. The top photo shows the raw glass piece you will receive, and the bottom photo shows what it looks like with a cap of clear glass fused to it.

All of our Fuseworks glass is 90 COE for easy mix and match.

Pkg of 4: $5.85
New Price: $4.00
Glass - Clear Glass - Clear

Glass - Clear

Use for fusing glass elements and art. Measures 2" x 3". COE 90 glass.What is COE and why is it important?
COE stands for "coefficient of expansion". To put it simply, as glass heats up, it expands and when it cools it contracts. This number tells us the rate at which a particular glass expands and contracts. If you try to fuse glass with mismatched COE numbers, the glass will crack as it cools. So, it's critical to the success of your projects that you use the same COE number for all the glass you are fusing in a project. But don't worry; we've made it easy on you! All of our glass products are 90 COE so they combine safely.
A fusing staple! The photo shows the glass before and after firing.The top photo shows the raw glass piece you will receive, and the bottom photo shows the glass after firing to a full fuse.
All of our Fuseworks glass is 90 COE for easy mix and match.

Pkg of 4: $6.25
New Price: $4.00
Glass - Transparent Yellow - COE 90 Glass - Transparent Yellow - COE 90

Glass - Transparent Yellow - COE 90

Use for fusing glass elements and art. Measures 2" x 3". COE 90 glass.What is COE and why is it important?


COE stands for "coefficient of expansion". To put it simply, as glass heats up, it expands and when it cools it contracts. The COE number tells us the rate at which a particular glass expands and contracts. If you try to fuse glass with mismatched COE numbers, the glass will crack as it cools. So, it's critical to the success of your projects that you use the same COE number for all the glass you are fusing in a project. But don't worry; we've made it easy on you! All of our glass products are 90 COE so they combine safely.
Use this transparent glass individually or layer sheets to create varying hues; tones; and saturation. The top photo shows the raw glass piece you will receive, and the bottom photo shows what it looks like with a cap of clear glass fused to it. All of our Fuseworks glass is 90 COE for easy mix and match.

Pkg of 4: $5.65
New Price: $4.00
Glass - Transparent Red Glass - Transparent Red

Glass - Transparent Red

Use for fusing glass elements and art. Measures 2" x 3". COE 90 glass.What is COE and why is it important?


COE stands for "coefficient of expansion". To put it simply, as glass heats up, it expands and when it cools it contracts. The COE number tells us the rate at which a particular glass expands and contracts. If you try to fuse glass with mismatched COE numbers, the glass will crack as it cools. So, it's critical to the success of your projects that you use the same COE number for all the glass you are fusing in a project. But don't worry; we've made it easy on you! All of our glass products are 90 COE so they combine safely.
Use this transparent glass individually or layer sheets to create varying hues; tones; and saturation. The top photo shows the raw glass piece you will receive, and the bottom photo shows what it looks like with a cap of clear glass fused to it. All of our Fuseworks glass is 90 COE for easy mix and match.

Pkg of 4: $5.65
New Price: $4.00
Glass - Transparent Orange Glass - Transparent Orange

Glass - Transparent Orange

Use for fusing glass elements and art. Measures 2" x 3". COE 90 glass.What is COE and why is it important?


COE stands for "coefficient of expansion". To put it simply, as glass heats up, it expands and when it cools it contracts. The COE number tells us the rate at which a particular glass expands and contracts. If you try to fuse glass with mismatched COE numbers, the glass will crack as it cools. So, it's critical to the success of your projects that you use the same COE number for all the glass you are fusing in a project. But don't worry; we've made it easy on you! All of our glass products are 90 COE so they combine safely.
Use this transparent glass individually or layer sheets to create varying hues; tones; and saturation. The top photo shows the raw glass piece you will receive, and the bottom photo shows what it looks like with a cap of clear glass fused to it. All of our Fuseworks glass is 90 COE for easy mix and match.

Pkg of 4: $5.65
New Price: $4.00
Glass - Transparent Aquamarine Glass - Transparent Aquamarine

Glass - Transparent Aquamarine

Use for fusing glass elements and art. Measures 2" x 3". COE 90 glass.What is COE and why is it important?


COE stands for "coefficient of expansion". To put it simply, as glass heats up, it expands and when it cools it contracts. The COE number tells us the rate at which a particular glass expands and contracts. If you try to fuse glass with mismatched COE numbers, the glass will crack as it cools. So, it's critical to the success of your projects that you use the same COE number for all the glass you are fusing in a project. But don't worry; we've made it easy on you! All of our glass products are 90 COE so they combine safely.
Use this transparent glass individually or layer sheets to create varying hues; tones; and saturation. The top photo shows the raw glass piece you will receive, and the bottom photo shows what it looks like with a cap of clear glass fused to it. All of our Fuseworks glass is 90 COE for easy mix and match.

Pkg of 4: $5.85
New Price: $4.00
Glass - Opalescent Yellow - COE 90 Glass - Opalescent Yellow - COE 90

Glass - Opalescent Yellow - COE 90

Use for fusing glass elements and art. Measures 2" x 3". COE 90 glass.What is COE and why is it important?


COE stands for "coefficient of expansion". To put it simply, as glass heats up, it expands and when it cools it contracts. The COE number tells us the rate at which a particular glass expands and contracts. If you try to fuse glass with mismatched COE numbers, the glass will crack as it cools. So, it's critical to the success of your projects that you use the same COE number for all the glass you are fusing in a project. But don't worry; we've made it easy on you! All of our glass products are 90 COE so they combine safely.
This Opalescent Glass obscures light and works fabulously as a base for fused jewelry and glass art. The top photo shows the raw glass piece you will receive, and the bottom photo shows what it looks like with a cap of clear glass fused to it. All of our Fuseworks glass is 90 COE for easy mix and match.

Pkg of 4: $5.65
New Price: $4.00
Glass - Opalescent Red - COE 90 Glass - Opalescent Red - COE 90

Glass - Opalescent Red - COE 90

Use for fusing glass elements and art. Measures 2" x 3". COE 90 glass.What is COE and why is it important?


COE stands for "coefficient of expansion". To put it simply, as glass heats up, it expands and when it cools it contracts. The COE number tells us the rate at which a particular glass expands and contracts. If you try to fuse glass with mismatched COE numbers, the glass will crack as it cools. So, it's critical to the success of your projects that you use the same COE number for all the glass you are fusing in a project. But don't worry; we've made it easy on you! All of our glass products are 90 COE so they combine safely.

Pkg of 4: $5.65
New Price: $4.00
Glass - Opalescent Blue - COE 90 Glass - Opalescent Blue - COE 90

Glass - Opalescent Blue - COE 90

Use for fusing glass elements and art. Measures 2" x 3". COE 90 glass.What is COE and why is it important?


COE stands for "coefficient of expansion". To put it simply, as glass heats up, it expands and when it cools it contracts. The COE number tells us the rate at which a particular glass expands and contracts. If you try to fuse glass with mismatched COE numbers, the glass will crack as it cools. So, it's critical to the success of your projects that you use the same COE number for all the glass you are fusing in a project. But don't worry; we've made it easy on you! All of our glass products are 90 COE so they combine safely.

Pkg of 4: $5.65
New Price: $4.00
Glass Frit - Yellow Glass Frit - Yellow

Glass Frit - Yellow

Large grain frit in recloseable tube. 22 grams.What is COE and why is it important?


COE stands for "coefficient of expansion". To put it simply, as glass heats up, it expands and when it cools it contracts. The COE number tells us the rate at which a particular glass expands and contracts. If you try to fuse glass with mismatched COE numbers, the glass will crack as it cools. So, it's critical to the success of your projects that you use the same COE number for all the glass you are fusing in a project. But don't worry; we've made it easy on you! All of our glass products are 90 COE so they combine safely.

Price: $5.65
New Price: $4.50
Glass Frit - Purple Glass Frit - Purple

Glass Frit - Purple

Large grain frit in recloseable tube. 22 grams.What is COE and why is it important?


COE stands for "coefficient of expansion". To put it simply, as glass heats up, it expands and when it cools it contracts. The COE number tells us the rate at which a particular glass expands and contracts. If you try to fuse glass with mismatched COE numbers, the glass will crack as it cools. So, it's critical to the success of your projects that you use the same COE number for all the glass you are fusing in a project. But don't worry; we've made it easy on you! All of our glass products are 90 COE so they combine safely.

Price: $5.65
New Price: $4.50
Glass - Stringers - Mixed Glass - Stringers - Mixed

Glass - Stringers - Mixed

Tube of glass stringers in mixed colors. Warm, then apply to hot glass surface.What is COE and why is it important?


COE stands for "coefficient of expansion". To put it simply, as glass heats up, it expands and when it cools it contracts. The COE number tells us the rate at which a particular glass expands and contracts. If you try to fuse glass with mismatched COE numbers, the glass will crack as it cools. So, it's critical to the success of your projects that you use the same COE number for all the glass you are fusing in a project. But don't worry; we've made it easy on you! All of our glass products are 90 COE so they combine safely.

Price: $5.95
New Price: $4.50
Glass - Dichroic Helix Violet - COE 90 Glass - Dichroic Helix Violet - COE 90

Glass - Dichroic Helix Violet - COE 90

What is COE and why is it important?


COE stands for "coefficient of expansion". To put it simply, as glass heats up, it expands and when it cools it contracts. The COE number tells us the rate at which a particular glass expands and contracts. If you try to fuse glass with mismatched COE numbers, the glass will crack as it cools. So, it's critical to the success of your projects that you use the same COE number for all the glass you are fusing in a project. But don't worry; we've made it easy on you! All of our glass products are 90 COE so they combine safely.
This Fuseworks Dichroic Glass adds dimension, pattern, and surface variety to your fused glass projects. The photo shows the glass before and after firing. The top photo shows the raw glass piece you will receive, and the bottom photo shows what it looks like with a cap of clear glass fused to it.

All of our Fuseworks glass is 90 COE for easy mix and match.
Price: $9.00
New Price: $6.00
Glass - Dichroic - Green Glass - Dichroic - Green

Glass - Dichroic - Green

What is COE and why is it important?


COE stands for "coefficient of expansion". To put it simply, as glass heats up, it expands and when it cools it contracts. The COE number tells us the rate at which a particular glass expands and contracts. If you try to fuse glass with mismatched COE numbers, the glass will crack as it cools. So, it's critical to the success of your projects that you use the same COE number for all the glass you are fusing in a project. But don't worry; we've made it easy on you! All of our glass products are 90 COE so they combine safely.
This Fuseworks Dichroic Glass adds dimension, pattern, and surface variety to your fused glass projects. The photo shows the glass before and after firing. The top photo shows the raw glass piece you will receive, and the bottom photo shows what it looks like with a cap of clear glass fused to it.

All of our Fuseworks glass is 90 COE for easy mix and match.

Price: $9.00
New Price: $6.00
Glass Stone -  Defective Stone - Round Stone 40mm Pkg - 1 Pkg - 1 Glass Stone - Defective Stone - Round Stone 40mm Pkg/1

Discounted Due to Defect -Glass Stone - Round Stone 40mm Pkg - 1

Discounted Natural Stone Due to DefectThis stone did not meet our quality standards. Please see photos for clarification. The defects in this stone are as follows:

* Small chip on back edge bottom left
* Not visible from the front of the stone

Please contact us for more details of the defects if you have questions or require more specifics.

No Fire
Man-made glass stone. Use for a centerpiece on your next project. Set after firing.

Pkg of 1: $6.00
Glass Stone -  Defective Stone - Round Stone 38mm Pkg - 1 Pkg - 1 Glass Stone - Defective Stone - Round Stone 38mm Pkg/1

Discounted Due to Defect -Glass Stone - Round Stone 38mm Pkg - 1

Discounted Natural Stone Due to DefectThis stone did not meet our quality standards. Please see photos for clarification. The defects in this stone are as follows:

* Visible chip/crack in stone

Please contact us for more details of the defects if you have questions or require more specifics.

No Fire
Man-made glass stone. Use for a centerpiece on your next project. Set after firing.

Pkg of 1: $6.00
Glass Stone -  Defective Stone - Round Stone 43mm Pkg - 1 Pkg - 1 Glass Stone - Defective Stone - Round Stone 43mm Pkg/1

Discounted Due to Defect -Glass Stone - Round Stone 43mm Pkg - 1

Discounted Natural Stone Due to DefectThis stone did not meet our quality standards. Please see photos for clarification. The defects in this stone are as follows:

* Center of stone not round
* Large chip on right side

Please contact us for more details of the defects if you have questions or require more specifics.

No Fire
Man-made glass stone. Use for a centerpiece on your next project. Set after firing.

Pkg of 1: $6.00
Glass - Dichroic - Honeycomb Green Glass - Dichroic - Honeycomb Green

Glass - Dichroic - Honeycomb Green

What is COE and why is it important?


COE stands for "coefficient of expansion". To put it simply, as glass heats up, it expands and when it cools it contracts. The COE number tells us the rate at which a particular glass expands and contracts. If you try to fuse glass with mismatched COE numbers, the glass will crack as it cools. So, it's critical to the success of your projects that you use the same COE number for all the glass you are fusing in a project. But don't worry; we've made it easy on you! All of our glass products are 90 COE so they combine safely.
This Fuseworks Dichroic Glass adds dimension, pattern, and surface variety to your fused glass projects. The photo shows the glass before and after firing. The top photo shows the raw glass piece you will receive, and the bottom photo shows what it looks like with a cap of clear glass fused to it.

All of our Fuseworks glass is 90 COE for easy mix and match.

Price: $9.40
New Price: $6.25
Glass - Dichroic - Honeycomb Orange Glass - Dichroic - Honeycomb Orange

Glass - Dichroic - Honeycomb Orange

What is COE and why is it important?


COE stands for "coefficient of expansion". To put it simply, as glass heats up, it expands and when it cools it contracts. The COE number tells us the rate at which a particular glass expands and contracts. If you try to fuse glass with mismatched COE numbers, the glass will crack as it cools. So, it's critical to the success of your projects that you use the same COE number for all the glass you are fusing in a project. But don't worry; we've made it easy on you! All of our glass products are 90 COE so they combine safely.
This Fuseworks Dichroic Glass adds dimension, pattern, and surface variety to your fused glass projects. The photo shows the glass before and after firing. The top photo shows the raw glass piece you will receive, and the bottom photo shows what it looks like with a cap of clear glass fused to it.

All of our Fuseworks glass is 90 COE for easy mix and match.

Price: $9.40
New Price: $6.25
Glass - Dichroic - Red Glass - Dichroic - Red

Glass - Dichroic - Red

What is COE and why is it important?


COE stands for "coefficient of expansion". To put it simply, as glass heats up, it expands and when it cools it contracts. The COE number tells us the rate at which a particular glass expands and contracts. If you try to fuse glass with mismatched COE numbers, the glass will crack as it cools. So, it's critical to the success of your projects that you use the same COE number for all the glass you are fusing in a project. But don't worry; we've made it easy on you! All of our glass products are 90 COE so they combine safely.
This Fuseworks Dichroic Glass adds dimension, pattern, and surface variety to your fused glass projects. The photo shows the glass before and after firing. The top photo shows the raw glass piece you will receive, and the bottom photo shows what it looks like with a cap of clear glass fused to it.

All of our Fuseworks glass is 90 COE for easy mix and match.

Price: $9.40
New Price: $6.25
Glass - Dichroic - Spiral Orange Glass - Dichroic - Spiral Orange

Glass - Dichroic - Spiral Orange

What is COE and why is it important?


COE stands for "coefficient of expansion". To put it simply, as glass heats up, it expands and when it cools it contracts. The COE number tells us the rate at which a particular glass expands and contracts. If you try to fuse glass with mismatched COE numbers, the glass will crack as it cools. So, it's critical to the success of your projects that you use the same COE number for all the glass you are fusing in a project. But don't worry; we've made it easy on you! All of our glass products are 90 COE so they combine safely.
This Fuseworks Dichroic Glass adds dimension, pattern, and surface variety to your fused glass projects. The photo shows the glass before and after firing. The top photo shows the raw glass piece you will receive, and the bottom photo shows what it looks like with a cap of clear glass fused to it.

All of our Fuseworks glass is 90 COE for easy mix and match.

Price: $9.40
New Price: $7.00