Kitzbitz Art Glass

Vetrofond Resource page - Vetrofond glass is manufactured in Italy. Many stockists of Vetrofond glass rods use their own colour descriptions and stock numbers but the last 4 digits used by any stockist should refer to the Vetrofond factory stock number. The information below has been collated by kitzbitz art glass and is intended as a guide only. A special thank you to members of Frit Happens Forum for helping to create this resource

10xx = transparent - 12xx= opaque/pastel - 14xx= Special

Stock No

Colour     

Properties     

Reactions     

1004

clear

colours appear lighter encased in clear

 

1005

crystal clear

good for encasing silver glass

 

1008

yellow (pale amber)


 

1012

light topaz


 

1014

topaz

 

reacts with silver glass - reacts with silver to produce organic effects

1016

dark topaz


 

1020

light grass green

 

reacts with silver glass

1022

grass green


 

1024

dark grass green


 

1026

light teal


 

1028

light emerald green


 

1030

dark emerald green


 

1034

light aquamarine


 

1036

dark aquamarine (aqua)


 

1038

pale aquamarine (light aqua)


 

1040

light purple


 

1042

purple


 

1044

dark purple


 

1048

grey (pale blue grey)


 

1052

light blue


 

1054

blue


 

1058

intense blue


 

1060

cobalt blue


 

1064

black


 

1068

pink


 

1069

electric yellow

striking

 

1072

orange

striking

 

1076

red

striking

 

1080

pale lavender


 

1082

lavender blue (alexandrite)


 

1084

light brown


 

1086

medium brown


 

1088

dark brown


 

1204

white

melts easily

 

1206

anice white

very shocky

reacts with Effetre nero intenso

1208

silk white


 

1212

pea green

 

reduces in a propane rich flame

1214

nile green


 

1216

light grass green


 

1218

dark grass green

very shocky

 

1220

periwinkle


 

1224

light sky blue

 

reduces in a propane rich flame

1228

dark sky blue

 

reduces in a propane rich flame

1232

light turquoise

 

reduces in a propane rich flame - reacts with ivory

1236

dark turquoise

 

reduces in a propane rich flame - reacts with ivory

1240

light lapis blue


 

1242

lapis blue


 

1246

cobalt blue (lapis cobalt)


 

1248

light grey


 

1250

medium grey


 

1255

flower pink (odd)

soft pastel pink, slightly streaky

 

1256

dark pink


 

1260

light pink


 

1262

dark ivory

 

reacts with fine silver to produce organic effects - reacts with copper glass

1264

light ivory

 

reacts with fine silver to produce organic effects - reacts with copper glass

1268

pearl grey


 

1272

violet


 

1404

light lemon yellow

saturated colour

reacts with silver glass

1408

medium lemon yellow

saturated colour

 

1409

translucent yellow


 

1412

dark lemon

saturated colour

 

1416

bright acid yellow


 

1420

coral

saturated colour

sinks into ivory base - reacts with copper colours

1424

carrot red

saturated colour

 

1428

light red

saturated colour

 

1432

medium red

saturated colour

 

1438

purple red

saturated colour

reacts with ivory and copper colours

1444

light brown

saturated colour

 

1448

dark brown

saturated colour

 

1456

gold pink


 

1460

yellow ocher (wasabi)

saturated colour

spreads over ivory base - reacts with copper glass

Odd lots

Where two stock numbers are listed, the first is the one used by Frantz Art Glass, the second is as listed on Glassworks.be. Frantz Art Glass renames and renumbers some of the glass.

Stock No

Colour

Date

Properties

Reactions

1260

pink swirl

 

opaque candy pink swirled with transparent shade of darker pink

 

1402

custard



 

1420

rosehip


 

varies from translucent rose red to opaque orange

1801

cosmic storm

late 2007

contains sparkles

reacts with silver glass - bleeds in to ivory glass

1802

apricot jam

late 2007


 

1803

candy corn

late 2007


 

1804

tomato soup

late 2007


 

1805

orange dreamsicle

late 2007

 

Reacts with EDP

1806

smoke rings

late 2007

semi-transparent. Wispy, streaky ivory in clear

 

1807

frog pond

late 2007


 

1808

swamp moss

late 2007


 

1809

jungle twilight

late 2007

dark, streaky evergreen

 

1810

lemongrass

late 2007

semi-transparent

reacts with iris gold frit

1811

moon rock

late 2007

striking

strikes from brick red to purplish coral

1812

jupiter

late 2007


 

1819

biscotti

May 2010

speckled

may reduce to golden sheen?

1820

pale pesto

May 2010

pale speckled yellow-green

good base for silver glass

1821

verde muschio (green moss)

May 2010

transparent rod that strikes to pastel

reacts nicely with raku, silver, and striking silver glasses

1822

cream

May 2010

speckled

 

1823

mauvelous

May 2010

pale mauve

 

1824

purple plum

May 2010

very soupy

reduces easily

1902

green mosaic petroleum

2005


 

1903

red rainbow striking

2005

transparent

 

1904

dark ivory

2005

greyish ivory

 

1906

chardonnay

2005, 2006

transparent

2006 batch different colour

1907

dirty white (light/pale ivory)

2005


 

1909

trans green odd (pale emerald)



 

1910

translucent yellow odd

2005

streaky

 

1911

silk white (opal white)

2005


 

1912

olive green pastel

2005


 

1914

green emerald light

2005

transparent

 

1916

green emerald dark

2005

transparent

 

1917

Trans amber(streaky)

2005

 

reacts with silver glass - reacts with ivory

1919

pale ivory


 

reacts with fine silver to produce organic effects

1922

transparent sage green



 

1925

transparent pale blue



 

1926

sea green (seafoam) (minty)

2005


 

1927

ocean green

2005, 2006

turquoise, 2006 batch darker

reacts with ivory, more resistant to reduction than standard turquoises

1931

river rock (brie)(avocado)

mid 2007

 

reacts like dark ivory but is greenish, reacts with fine silver to produce organic effects

1932

fish pink

2005


 

1933

pink no.3

2005


 

1934 (1255?)

pink flower

 

soft pastel pink, slightly streaky

 

1937

arancio perfecto

 

striking, transparent

 

1938

pale aqua streaky

2006


 

1939

intense tangerine

early 2007


 

1940

italian marble


 

a pale pink that will get pinker when worked heavily

1941

pineapple sparkle

early 2007

contains sparkles

 

1942

watermelon (poppy)

mid 2007

 

reacts with silver glass - reacts with ivory and fine silver

1943

orange sherbert

mid 2007

ranges from mango orange to free range salmon pink, opaque.

reacts with silver glass

1944

tangerine sparkle

mid 2007

contains sparkles

 

1945

new white (custard)

mid 2007


 

1946

sunshine

mid 2007


 

1947

yellow ice (lemon ice)(belgian lace)

mid 2007

 

good base for silver glass. reacts like dark ivory but reaction is lighter

1948

banana cream

mid 2007

opaque, striking

 

1949

lemon meringue

mid 2007

opaque, striking

reacts with Effetre copper green

1951

transparent candy apple red



 

1952

violet odd (purplicious)

mid 2007

slightly streaky, nice soft plummy colour

reacts with fine silver and also ivory to produce organic effects. Reduces to slightly brassy lustre

1954 (1416)

cool white (odd cotton)

mid 2007

 

reacts with fine silver

1955

seashell swirl

mid 2007

 

reacts with fine silver and ivory, good base for silver glass

1956

odd dark pink

 

opaque

 

1957

orange punch

Aug 2007

opaque, dark reddish orange

 

1958

pyjama blue

mid 2007

variant light sky blue

reacts with ivory, reduces easily

1960

odd light pink



 

1961

carrot red sparkle

mid 2007

contains sparkles

 

1963 (1296)

green tapenade

Sept 2007


 

1964

pale avocado

Sept 2007


 

1965

olive green pastel

Sept 2007


 

1966 (1508)

dark olive green

Oct 2007


 

1967 (1518)

quartz grey

Sept 2007


 

1968

slate blue

2006


 

1969

pearl gray

2005


 

1970

transparent streaky sapphire

2006, early 2007


 

1971

sapphire blue

 

like 970 but not streaky

 

1975

midnight blue

 

black rod with a blue core

 

1976

key lime green



 

1976A

key lime/parrot green

2007

solid outer colour with transparent core of Parrot Green

 

1977

parrot green



 

1978

transparent crystal green

 

striking

strikes to neon yellow

1979

blue ivory transparent



 

1980

light streaky brown

2006


 

1981

medium streaky brown

2006


 

1982

dark streaky brown

2006


 

1983

pale ocean blue



 

1984 (1512)

pale moss agate

Oct 2007

 

reacts with silver glass

1985 (1510)

moss agate

Sept 2007

very dark, almost black

 

1986 (1520)

lichen

Sept 2007

 

reacts with fine silver and ivory

1987 (1522)

dark lichen

Sept 2007

 

reacts with fine silver and ivory

1988

pale crystal green



 

1989 (1542)

transparent odd topaz

Sept 2007

amber with slightly turquoise ribbons

reacts with silver glass, doesn't like being encased

1990 (1540)

honey crunch

Sept 2007

 

shocky, reacts with fine silver and silver glass

1991 (1528)

marbled avocado

Sept 2007

 

shocky, reacts with fine silver and silver glass

1992 (1544)

banana

Sept 2007

striking

 

1993 (1546)

lime sweet (light red jasper)

Sept 2007

striking

reacts with fine silver and silver glass

1994 (1548)

strawberry sweet (dark red jasper)

Sept 2007

reddish cinnamon chocolate

reacts with fine silver and silver glass

1995

jupiter

Nov 2007

streaky orange

reacts with fine silver and silver glass

1996

bloody mary

Nov 2007

streaky red/orange

reacts with fine silver and silver glass

1997

painted desert

late 2007

striking. Orange, salmon and grey

 

1998

rhubarb

late 2007

 

reacts with fine silver and ivory glass

1999

petrified wood

late 2007

 

reacts with fine silver and ivory glass

 

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