Q colors



Q colors


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Q colors


Meaning of term Q colors

Made in Germany, most frequently used for glass blowing, except for their line of reduction frit used occasionally for bead making. Q-colors have a COE of 89-94.


Category : material glass




Osibin, K. R. (2001, February). Flameworking glossary, Flameworked Glass Beads by Kim Osibin. Retrieved March 10, 2008, from http://www.flameworkedbeads.com/FlameworkingGlossary.html.


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