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Glass Glitter - Orange
Product Code: 7782/M

 250g:   £17.40 Inc VAT and delivery* 
 1kg:   £52.80 Inc VAT and delivery* 
 5kg:   £192.00 Inc VAT and delivery* 



German glass glitter. Provide a dazzling professional orange sparkle to carnival time, merchandise production, photo shoots and window dressing. Also suitable for terrazzo, worktops and resin bound flooring.

Particle size: Irregular shaped particles, Nominal 0.5mm - 1mm (medium grade). Similar to granulated sugar in size.

German Glass Glitter: Versatile Professional Shimmer & Sparkle :

Merchandise Production:
Add shimmer and sparkle to fantasy and floral creations and cards. The glitter may be attached to surfaces and fabrics using conventional adhesives including hot glue.

As a coverage guide a 1kg pack of glitter is likely to cover approx 16Sqm (approx 170Sqft) at 10% coverage, at 50% coverage the pack will cover approx 3.2Sqm (approx 35Sqft)

German glass glitter is convenient to handle and colours can be easily mixed and overlaid to dramatic effect.

Imaging and Film Assignments:
Unique among modern glitters, glass glitter holds no electrostatic charge, hence as it doesn't "cling" to surfaces (and fingers !). In itself this is significant benefit for photographic assignments, but also unlike plastic glitter, glass glitter can be accurately sprinkled, mixed, brushed and placed.

Resin and Terrazzo Surfaces:
This glitter has a density similar to that of "normal" aggregates. This makes it ideal for resin and concrete screeds as the particles are less likely to segregate when mixing.

Window Dressing:
Not only does the glitter look spectacular when lit under moving lights, and especially so when mixed dark green glitter, as the weight of glass glitter can be up to five times greater than plastic based products it is substantially easier to place and finally clear away when used for window and event displays.

Theatres and Public Events:
German glass glitter is neither combustible or explosive making it suitable for theatres and the product looks amazing under carnival sunshine.

Restoration and Repairs:
Use to repair and restore the sparkle to antique curios, lighting and Christmas decor.

What is German Glass Glitter?
This top quality glass glitter, often referred to as "diamond dust", is manufactured in Germany by Sigmund Lindner the world's leading supplier of glitter and glass beads. The silver based colour coating and random shape provides for a high brilliance and a distinctive colour spectrum, setting itself aside from monochromatic plastic glitter. The colour coating has been further "sealed", making the glitter particles both waterproof and resistant to solvents.
Glitter thickness, nominal 250 micron (0.25mm)

Every care is taken to provide accurate images, however, it can be difficult to fully demonstrate the colour and sparkle of glass glitter products. Please ask for samples if colour is critical to your application.

Availability: Product is generally held as a stock item for immediate dispatch.

Safety Information:
Glass glitter is a professional product, is not a toy and is not recommended for children of any age. Resale as a toy requires EC conformity (Post Dec 2020 British Standard) evaluation and compliance with the legal regulations. We expressly point out, that conformity evaluation in this sense has not been carried out by us.
Generally protective gloves are not required in normal use. Extensive handling may cause minor abrasions.

Specify: German Glass Glitter - Orange from Specialist Aggregates

Glitter in History:
Mankind has always been partial to a bit of "bling"!. There is evidence that naturally occurring mica was used in prehistoric times to adorn cave paintings and decorate Mayan Temples, whilst other minerals including green coper malachite, black lead galena and dark red iron oxide were used for decoration and personal adornment.

Many modern glitters are manufactured from finely cut coloured plastic. However, prior to WW2 glass glitters innovated and produced in Germany and generally known as diamante, provided Christmas sparkle and excitement to theatre and event decoration.

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