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Fusemaster Enamels by Irene
FUSE MASTER TRANSPARENT ENAMELS - 1175 F CURE POINT

The rich, vibrant colors and ease of application makes our enamels one
of the most popular brands available. Viewed in transmitted light, these
colors rival the brilliance and intensity of stained glass. Our pallet of 42
dazzling, inter-mixable colors do not require any extra grinding and
matures at 1175°F; bending and slumping temperature.

They may be brushed, sponged, silk-screened, air brushed or sifted on
most any type of clear or colored glass. When applied with Water
Friendly Medium, clean up only requires water. The stock colors may be
used individually or blended to create special colors for shading or fine
detail. Whether you work exclusively with enamels or are a beginner, our
Transparent Enamels are an ideal addition to your studio.

These colors are NOT approved for food-bearing surfaces.
* Denotes that gold is used as a coloring agent.
FUSE MASTER LEAD FREE OPAQUE ENAMES
1300 F TO 1500 F CURE POINT

Our Lead-Free Opaque series consists of 21 inter-mixable enamels
that blend so well that a complete spectrum of hues and shades may
be achieved with a basic stock of colors. These vibrant enamels
mature at the glass fusing temperature range of 1300°F - 1550°F.
They can be mixed with Water Friendly Medium, then air brushed,
painted, sifted or sponged on the top of glass or sandwiched between
layers of glass. Our Lead-Free enamels are the ideal material for
enameling dinner ware. Bead makers will find these colors easy to use.
Just roll a hot bead through some dry powder then case with a layer of
clear glass. The lead-free colors can be used to add color to any
pate-de-verre project. Mix Water Friendly Medium, some enamel and
crushed glass into a paste, them pack the mixture into a mold and fire.
The results are truly exciting.

Add some of these colors to your paper weights or blown glass
vessels. They can be sifted onto hot glass or they can be picked up by
rolling hot glass through the powder. It is best to case the colors
before reheating to preserve their richness.

In situations where lower maturing temperatures are required, like silk
screen printing, the Lead-Free line can be mixed with the transparent
colors. The Lead-Free Opaques can also be used for copper
enameling.
These colors ARE approved for food bearing surfaces.
* Denotes that gold is used as a coloring agent.