Dichroic Glass is an ultra-thin coating of oxides and quartz crystal, grown as a crystal structure on the surface of glass, using a highly technical vacuum deposition process. Originally produced for the Aerospace Industry, science has joined with art and Dichroic Glass is now used by top glass artists in the industry. The main characteristic of Dichroic Glass is that it has a transmitted color and a completely different reflective color. Furthermore, these colors visually change depending on your angle of view. Since there is virtually no absorption of light, the purity of color is unlike any other colored or stained glass on the market today.
Red Elvis, Jet Black, Pink Slyme, Slyme, Blue Stardust, Green Stardust, Mai Tai, Pink Cadillac, Red Crayola, Orange Crayola, Yellow Crayola, Aqua, Purple Lollipop, Peacock, Wisteria