Butterscotch Opal (337-50) 2mm
Butterscotch is a striking glass. Striking glasses are those which, when in their cold state, do not display their target color. They must be fired and held at 1225 degrees for a period of time before reaching that target color.
Butterscotch displays a small mottle and orange-peel texture. At full fuse and capped with clear glass, the mottling usually remains. When fired uncapped, the mottling is less obvious and the color evens out to become more consistent.
Contains sulfur and may react to copper bearing glasses. Slight reactive potential to lead bearing glass.
Sheet sizes are:
1/2 Sheet - 20" x 17"
1/4 Sheet - 10" x 17"
10" x 10"
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