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Orange Sparkler.pngBlue Sparkler.pngRed Sparkler.pngPurple Sparkler.pngGreen Sparkler.png
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Data value

dec: 442 hex: 1BA bin: 110111010

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A sparkler is a chemistry-related item that emits particles when lit. Sparklers are available in orange, blue, red, purple, and green colors.


Crafting Recipe[edit]

Ingredients Crafting recipe Description
Chloride +
Magnesium +

Calcium Chloride: Orange
Cerium Chloride: Blue
Mercuric Chloride: Red
Potassium Chloride: Purple
Tungsten Chloride: Green
[Bedrock and Education editions only]


Using a sparkler ignites it, causing its texture to change. When lit, the sparkler emits colored particles; the durability meter depletes while the sparkler is burning. Sparklers are one of the few items that can be held in the off-hand in Bedrock Edition. Unlit sparklers have normal lighting like a torch, while lit sparklers appear to glow when held in the player's hand, similarly to glow sticks.

When the player uses another item while a sparkler is lit, the sparkler's durability stops depleting.


Bedrock Edition
1.4.0beta Sparkler.png Blue Sparkler.png Red Sparkler.png Purple Sparkler.png Green Sparkler.png Added sparklers.
Education Edition
1.0.27Orange Sparkler.png Blue Sparkler.png Red Sparkler.png Purple Sparkler.png Green Sparkler.png Added sparklers.


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  • The formula for sparkler roughly works in real life. Magnesium itself burns white in air, while the metal salts add color to the flame.