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Golden Sunset Flake - Medium Jar - Lumiere Lusters™

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SKU: LL019-5
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"Golden Sunset" is a gorgeous color shifting flake with fiery pinkish-brown and orange that shift to brilliant gold tones depending on the angle it is viewed.

Medium Jars equal approximately 0.5 grams of product.

Download & View a free Lumiere Lusters Lampworking PDF Tutorial.

Lumiere Lusters™ by JetAge Studio are specialty color shifting, heat resistant metal oxide powders and flakes that are magical in lampworked glass, and a multitude of other mediums. These flakes are rated to resist heat up to about 1400°F, and can be worked in soft or hard glasses.

Incredible dichroic-like color shift in micron thin flake form; Lumiere Luster flakes can be used with many different low temp mediums such as paints, polymer clay, resins nail art, etc. They’re not just for high temp applications!

The larger particle sizes create a lot of shine that you cannot get from micas, and give quite a different effect from powdered extract. They're also a great cost effective alternative to dichroic coatings and are more heat tolerant than regular powdered micas.

PLEASE NOTE: This product is filled by VOLUME not actual weight. You may get more or less depending on color/type of pigment. We do this because the flakes are extremely lightweight, bulky and fragile, and each color actually weighs differently. To manage the integrity of our brand, we simply fill each jar up to the top in jar sizes that have been designated by industry standards.

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Eeeeeeeeeeee, bro

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Well, holy f'n holy!!!! this stuff is rough and tough to get the hang of!!!! Better start out with lots of time and patience and money to burn, because it's nothing like frit or powdered glass! Make sure to plan your order of operations for full encasement, as well as finishing up the piece all in one shot...this stuff doesn't like to rest in the kiln and then go back into the flame... every piece has cracked that I tried that with, but if you can keep it hot, and finish the piece quickly, then the effects from it are f☆☆king spectacular...also, PRO TIP: my girlfriend recommends that you prebook your space with the therapist BEFORE you start working with the lusters