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Old 2021-04-06, 2:19pm
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Default What kind of frit is it?

A number of years ago I purchased some frit, but haven't used it. I have a number of containers such as:

Iris Dark Brown R-106 LSDS
Iris Amber NG R191-00
Iris Orange. R-108 LSDS

Can anyone tell me: Is LSDS the company name, where would I find this frit online, and especially what the coe might be?

Thanks in advance for any information you can give me.

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Old 2021-04-06, 4:32pm
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Hello,

these are all COE 94 frit from Reichenbach (the manufacturer)

R is for Reichenbach. The number is the Reichenbach color number.

00 is the frit grade.

Most glass sellers should have Reichenbach frit.

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Old 2021-04-06, 6:44pm
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Iris orange is what we call raku
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Old 2021-04-07, 5:51am
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Margit, Thank you sooo much for the quick response and great information!

Norma, Thank you too! Glad to know the info about the raku.
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Old 2021-04-10, 12:40pm
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R191 does something similar to Iris Orange, but more subtle. I love it over white and pale opaque glass.
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Old 2021-04-18, 3:44am
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R191 does something similar to Iris Orange, but more subtle. I love it over white and pale opaque glass.
Can I ask here, what I can do with Rb 212 frit ? I believe you call it Iris Briljant?
I've had it at home for years, but it doesn't get any color, only some goldshine on clear . Is that correct?

Sorry my english language is not that good. Thats why I read a lot and say little .

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Old 2021-04-18, 10:58am
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Hi Nannie,

RB 212 (Brilliant gold, COE 94) is normaly a striking glass.
To see which color range you can achieve:

http://ebbatchcolor.com/Reichenbach-...rilliant-Gold/

Hollow beads are looking really great in that color.

Reduced it should get a sort of goldshine color

For examples with frits:

https://www.vetromagic.com/product/b...d-frit-coe-96/


I'm sure that Elisabeth (Vetromagic) would give you some information how to use these frits.


Margit

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Old 2021-04-20, 7:24am
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Thank you Margit , for all the info. I am going to enjoy reading.

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