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[Source] Dichroic Glass Cabs


#1

Hello! I have searched the web and called my sources but I have
not been able to locate dichroic glass cabs for sale. Assorted
sizes and shapes are fine, but freeforms are harder for a
begginer like me. Any suggestions where to find them? Any help is
greatly appreciated. Also thanks to all for sharing such great
knowledge. Vera @Acquamarin


#2

Her name is Donna Palmer, and she does wonderful freeform cabs.
Tell her Sandy told you.


#3

hi! Have you tried “Fire Mountain Gems” and “Rio Grande”? I know
they carry dichroic glass, but I’m not sure if they carry cabs.
Either way, they’re good catalogues to have. I don’t have the
number here at work, let me know if you need it. -amery in marine
layered venice.

Amery Carriere,
Assistant to the Director
Annenberg School for Communication
School of Communication
3502 Watt Way ASC304 F
LA, CA 90089-0281

phone: 213.740.0934
fax: 213.740.3913


#4

Please clarify what you mean by dichroic glass. Perhaps the
name is a misnomer since a reference to dichroic implies that the
glass is doubly refractive, which it certainly can’t be since it
lacks a crystalline structure. Just curious.

Sincerely,
Duncan


#5

Saw your post…

Nancy Goodenough is one of the best dichroic glass makers on the
west coast. She has an e-mail address, but I had a crash and lost
it.

Her Phone # is (415)759-5105.

PO Box 22684 San Francisco, CA 94122.

Her stuff is Great, and she has buckets of cabs.

Tell her Greg Iverson (Seattle) said Hi.

Enjoy


#6
Hello! I have searched the web and called my sources but I have
not been able to locate dichroic glass cabs for sale. Assorted

There are two wonderful dichroic artisans here in San Diego
County, Cay Dickey (760) 630-9614 and Wil Peterson (760)738-9423.

Contact either one or both, they are both highly creative and
not bound by tradition. Teresa Masters


#7

Vera,

Doing trade shows around the country I’ve had the opportunity to
see some pretty nice dichroics out there. But some of the best
I’ve ever seen are made by a company called “Stuff uv Earth”.
Their address and phone number is: 9961 E. River N. Road Momence,
Il. 60954 (815) 472-6426 Ask for Mark and Lisa Hampton. I don’t
know if they have an e-mail address or website.

Rick