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~ COLOR OPTIONS ~
AMBER Medium transparent honey yellow-amber color.
May be slightly lighter or darker at times.
BURMESE This pastel yellow color is an mainly an opaque yellow
but can be heat treated to turn pink in the hottest areas. Because
of its opaque qualities, it is not recommended that large amounts
of this color be used in chandeliers.
COBALT Deep transparent ultramarine blue made with cobalt
COPPER Transparent brown ranging from rosy-pinkish brown to
orange-brown to tarnished copper brown.
GREEN Emerald, a medium transparent green made with iron
oxide that can vary from slightly yellow-green to slightly blue-green.
LAVENDER Light transparent lavender made with neodymium oxide.
This color is a divalent color, it will look like light cobalt
under most fluorescent lighting but will look lavender in daylight,
tungsten and halogen lighting.
BLUE Aquamarine, light transparent blue-green made
with copper oxide.
COBALT Sapphire, light transparent blue made with cobalt.
MINT This light pastel green color will vary from opaque
to nearly transparent. It is a color that changes the longer
it is in the furnace. The first day or two of working the color
will be opaque. On about the third day it will be or start to
get transparent. By the fourth day it may be completely transparent.
Large pieces are usually made while this color is opaque. By
the time the glass is getting transparent, smaller pieces (spikes
and minis) will be the only production. Because of its opaque
qualities, it is not recommended that large amounts of this
color be used in chandeliers.
CLEAR Nearly transparent clear with slight traces of
green or aquamarine. Color will show more in thick portions
OPAL Another striking color, transparent clear that will
strike to opaque white. White will be on larger pieces only,
curlies, large melons, medium melons (not minis). Spikes will
be mostly clear and may have a white tip. Color is time consuming
to make because of the range of heat needed to get it to "strike".
Used only sparingly, if used in larger quantities a surcharge
will be added.
RED Deep transparent ruby red. A striking color, meaning
the glass must receive reheating to develop its color. May be
yellow in upper parts of curlies or melons that receive less
heat. A piece made from the same batch of glass that isn't reheated
may be yellow, or dark amber. Can be very dark at times, especially
in thick areas of glass. Thin areas of red can sometimes look
orange or red-orange but there is no control possible to only
acheive the orange color.
ROSE Light transparent pink. Exhibits some divalent characteristics
of the lavender color but not as noticable a change in color
from different light sources.
SMOKE Deep transparent coffee brown made with nickel oxide.
TURQUOISE Deep transparent blue-green made with copper oxide.
VASELINE A transparent yellow-green, can be more yellow or yellow-green.
This color will be a bright green under a black light. It can
also be heat treated to strike opalescent (usually on curlies
VIOLET Light transparent violet only slightly more blue than
the lavender color above.
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