Lauscha

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This glass is made by Farbglasshütte Lauscha in the German town of Lauscha. Lauscha glass is 104 coe and is all hand-pulled. Since it is hand-pulled, it is often easier to get hold of in larger diameter rods.

Lauscha also makes glass for human prosthetics in a different coe. They sell 104 tubing and filigrana as well.

Lauscha clear is of very high quality, but may not be compatible with silver glass.

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Lauscha colours and stock numbers

Lauscha stock numbers can include a shade: for example, SNT 220 3 is a mid-tone transparent red. The single digit can be 0 for unrated, or 1-5 for darkness. SNT 220 5 would be a very dark transparent red. The full number also includes the rod thickness - for 6-8mm rods it will have 0608 added to the end.

Transparent

Stock Number Colour Properties Reactions
SNT-016 Thuringian Forest
SNT-020 Blue Comes in shades light to dark
SNT-025 Artist Crystal 'Ice Blue'
SNT-040 Brown Comes in shades light to dark
SNT-050 Citrine
SNT-065 Champagne
SNT-080 Green Comes in shades light to dark
SNT-081 Copper green Teal, contains copper. Different shades.
SNT-082 Moss green
SNT-085 Sea green
SNT-086 Forest green/olive
SNT-087 Olive
SNT-095 Crystal with silver
SNT-100 Clear (Reformulated since '97). May not be compatible with silver glass
SNT-101 Soft clear Melts more easily, good for hot heads. May not be compatible with silver glass
SNT-102 Clear/grey
SNT-145 Semi-transparent yellow
SNT-146 Orange/yellow made with Peter Kuchinke
SNT-149 Orange made with Peter Kuchinke
SNT-150 Orange
SNT-180 Smoke Comes in different shades
SNT-200 Peach (rosalin)
SNT-205 Pink
SNT-219 Red made with Peter Kuchinke, more transparent
SNT-220 Red Comes in shades light to dark
SNT-230 Copper ruby
SNT-240 Dark aquamarine
SNT-245 Aquamarine
SNT-250 Violet (amethyst) Comes in shades light to dark
SNT-255 Blue-violet "Famous Purple"

Opaque

Stock Number Colour Properties Reactions
SNO-310 Alabaster blue
SNO-320 Blue
SNO-325 Dark blue
SNO-330 Sky blue
SNO-340 Yellow
SNO-341 Yellow
SNO-342 Yellow/orange
SNO-340 Orange
SNO-360 Green (green apple)
SNO-380 Kryolith white dense white
SNO-420 Pink
SNO-440 Red
SNO-480 Black
SNO-501 Turquoise
SNO-520 Violet
SNO-525 Violet blue
SNO-601 Cocoa
SNO-602 Dark teal (steel blue)
SNO-603 Olive
SNO-604 Wedgewood blue a royal blue

Specials and Milky Ways

Some of these are one-offs, some have been made repeatedly. The milky ways are typically translucent and reactive. They opacify with heating, but working them cool and reducing them before they go in the kiln can help keep them translucent.

Stock Number Colour Properties Reactions
SNT-227 Magenta (fuchsia) light striking colour
SNT-246 Bluetonium Silver-rich transparent blue Reduces to rust
SNT-259 Supernova (Earthblue) Silver-rich saturated blue-purple Can be stormed
SNT-260 Magenta
SNO-382 Vanilla ice/white with silver Reduce for striations reacts with silver
SNO-385 Buckhorn
SNO-605 Milky Way
SNO-608 Thüringian herb milky way
SNO-609 Thüringen salmon milky way
SNO-615 Ice blue milky way
SNO-630 Caramello Reactive caramel
SNO-635 Dusty lilac milky way aka lavender pink
SNO-636 Rose toffee milky way aka fleshy pink (23.04.08)
SNO-637 Orchid milky way (24.04.08)
SNO-639 Faded rose milky way (28.04.08)
SNO-641 Crème brule milky way
SNO-642 Latte macchiato milky way (05.05.08)

Layered rods

Layered rods (Überfang) are labelled SNU and are given the number of their main colour component. Murrini cane also come under this description, with square or triangular centres.

Stock Number Colour Properties Reactions
SNU-020 Green layered green-white-green
SNU-040 Brown layered brown-white-brown
SNU-041 White with gold layered
SNU-080 Blue layered blue-white-blue
SNU-200 Peach layered peach-white-peach
SNU-220 Red layered red-white-red, also yellow murrini cane
SNU-250 Violet layered violet-white-violet
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