• UGC-KT-A2
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    £ 89.99 inc. VAT

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UGC Artisan Colours Kit #2

Creative Glass Guild are pleased to be the exclusive distributor for Unique Glass Colours in the UK. The lead free Artisan colours by Unique Glass Colours come in powder form that needs to be mixed with UGC Medium. These colours are transparent/translucent and always form bubbles when kiln fired between layers of glass and create a darker textured, opaque and glossy finish when fired on the top layer of glass. 

The UGC Artisan Colours Kit #1 contains 1oz jars of the following Artisan Colours:

  • 601 Glacier
  • 602 Green
  • 605 Sienna
  • 607 Mystic Blue
  • 608 Teal Blue
  • 609 Wine
  • 614 Yellow Orange 
  • 615 White Glo

This kit also includes a 8oz bottle of Medium, basic UGC instruction sheet for use, a full colour chart of the entire Artisan line, and a fused colour sample chip (pictured) of the kit colours fired on top of (left) and in between glass (right). 

Apply lightly or more heavily depending on the desired effect. Can also be used in powder form. By using specific placement techniques, you can actually control your bubbles - leave a space between lines of colour and the bubbles will follow one another! Experiment with different types of glass to see what interesting effects you can achieve.

The  colours kiln fire in the 773°C to 843°C (1425F to 1550F) firing range.

Surfaces you can paint on include;

  • Float glass
  • Porcelain
  • Terracotta
  • Recycled glass
  • Speciality glass
  • Pre-fired pottery
  • Any glass that can fire within that range 

The colours can fire to much hotter temperatures when used on surfaces other than glass.

For more information about Artisan Colours and the range of UGC Enamels please click here to read our guide.

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