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A scarce glass color

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This is what happens when you take too long a snooze. The limited edition glass you planned to stock up on is no longer available. In this case it is a TAG Crimson glass that has lovely mix of peaches, oranges, and teals. I had one sample rod until one very generous lampworker shared part of her precious stash. Thank you Susan!

4 thoughts on “A scarce glass color

  1. Wow! That’s gorgeous Mary Ann – you glass-folk amaze me! -frank (still enjoying the pink salt!)

    • Thanks Frank, I feel the same about talented lapidaries.. I’m thinking I need to get back to my rocks for awhile. Heatwave here and checked the room thermometer near my torch and it was 110 degrees with the kiln and torch going.

  2. Thanks Ruth! I’m hoping that the company will produce more of this! It is a tricky color to work with and I’m still exploring what I can do with it in terms of pulling the color out. I am glad you like the bead. I love making that style.

  3. I’m so glad to see you received more of this glass – if this is an example of what you can produce with it – I love it!