Red Blizzard - Trautman
Red Blizzard is a transparent to semi-opaque red glass shot through with flecks of white glass “snow.” Rough rods that smooth out in the flame. Red Blizzard should be worked in a neutral or oxidizing atmosphere to keep the white bits from boiling, but it's a pretty flame tolerant glass. The “snow” of the Blizzard line resembles stone or old-fashioned speckled enamel-on-metal dishes.
Ratings & Reviews
Best encased, but fun!
by Rodger S -
This isn't just an opaque like the blue or teal blizzards, but more like elvis blizzard. It goes clear/white when heated, but it self strikes back to red by itself. Doesn't smooth out completely on the surface (just like the other blizzards)
Great for backing and stringers
by Eric P -
This color turns clear when heated, and then ends up a rich transparent red when it comes out of the kiln. I've found it works great for backing pendants and encased stringer work.