Clio (1/4 lb)

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)


Reset, cool, then reduce.

In stock


Clio is a color-shifting, reducing glass.  The colors will shift in different light sources.  Once reset and/or reduced that color shift is altered. 

Based on based on test batches from 2008-2009;  CL-361, CL-360, and NE-325.

See our Phaeton Snapguide for the best techniques to use with Clio.


2 reviews for Clio (1/4 lb)

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Billie Krug (Carney, OK)


    I’ve been buying Clio since it first cane out. Beautiful encased or as a surface decoration. Reliable color everytime.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Amy Anderson (Redding, CA)


    Clio would be it. I’ve been playing with it for about two weeks, and am 100% delighted with every single bead! It strikes easily and reduces even more easily. Fully reduced, I think it has the nicest and purest silver I’ve seen without using actual fine silver on the bead – only it’s better because it doesn’t burn away like silver does. I blew a few shards with Clio alone, and swirled with various other silver colors (Aquis, Nyx, Psyche…) They all came out spectacularly well. I like to take a little piece of shard, attach it to a bead, then take the unattached part and pull into a thin stringer to wind around and around the bead. If you’re careful, you can get several different colors out of the one shard, ranging from the fully reduced silver to shades of tomato, pomegranite, violet, and orange yellow. I think Clio would be a good first silver color if you’re just trying it for the first time because it seems so stable and is difficult to muddy up. I haven’t had a bad result yet!

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