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Textured Fusing Tile - Net Leaf


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Earthenware ceramic tiles work well to texture glass in a kiln.  Generally, any fusible piece of glass can be heated and textured on a texture tile.  Once textured, the glass can be slumped to create lovely vessels or displayed flat as panels or sun catchers. With the use of a common slumping firing schedule and most slump moulds, the texture will remain intact.

The basic procedure for the use of these textured tiles and design tiles is as follows:

Apply a quality glass separator to the tile according to the manufacturer’s instructions. If using a water-based glass separator, the water must be completely driven from the ceramic tile before use with glass. Take care not to choose a glass separator that is excessively thick as the separator can fill in too much detail. The manufacturer of these tiles recommends the use of Primo Primer.

To achieve maximum texture on glass, fuse to a full fuse on the tile. 

For an eye-catching effect, fuse iridised glass iridised side down on the textured tile.

This earthenware tile measures approximately 22.86 cm square (9" x 9") and features a net leaf design which covers the whole tile.

  • Model: Fuse-Text-Leaf-Net
  • Shipping Weight: 1.5kgs


Vicki Shearman
5 of 5 Stars
Made a beautiful oval bowl with float glass - just using this design!! I slumped two sheets of float glass(both from the same sheet of glass) onto the pattern tile - a very elegant pattern!!!


Textured Fusing Tile - Net Leaf

Textured Fusing Tile - Net Leaf

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