Opaque Aqua - Northstar
NS126 Opaque Aqua is a very nice opal blue green color. It is well suited for stringer application and blown work. NS126 Opaque Aqua will enhance your art because it has a really nice appearance and color. It is not susceptible to reduction and is not flame sensitive. For best results keep it in a neutral flame.
Ratings & Reviews
Bomb ass blue highly recommend
I have used this color for years. It is my fav blue (even though it’s aqua) it works excellent in almost every flame. I’ve never had a problem with it in any kind. It looks amazing sleeved with clear or even a thin layer of green stardust over.
Super easy color to work very nice for sculpting
By far my favorite teal color for making heart pendants for my please return to Tiffany and glass line. It’s super close to actually Tiffany blue
by Thyrza -
Great cool aqua. Love the heavy saturation of this opaque.
Melts Like Butter
by Emily Frit & Fibre
This color melts like BUTTER. Looks great in both thick & thin applications. Easy to use for beads, pendants, and I'm sure much more!
One of the best
One of the easiest colors to work on red max, gtt, or herbie. Buttery, but with some structure so it doesn't give you hell. Would recommend for any project.
Really great aqua that works great in every application!
Very pretty color, nice addition to rainbows to make transition between blue and green softer.
80’s vibe color combos
by C Williams -
Melts nice, has a good opaque teal turquoise color that is different from the rest.
My favorite color to work with!
by Joey -
Been at it for 7 years now and I keep coming back for more of this aqua! Love the color so much and it's super easy to work with.
We’re all mad here
Love this color, melts like butter great for the backing of pendants or adding details to make your work stand out with a crisp aqua feel
Great color! Easy to work with!
by Golden Hour Glass
One of my favorite colors! Use it all the time! Works really well in the flame
bubbly but nice
by Scott -
Struggled a bit with this (unlike everyone else I guess) may have been a weird batch but I found mine to have lots of long bubbles inside that needed to be worked out rather vigorously by twisting it in on itself while working it up for a blowout. Salt has a good tech you can see somewhere on torch talk on this bc he uses gun mount glass that can be bubbly. Took me a min to figure it out but the color is really nice. Stringer pull down nice.