Messy Color™ Primrose Ltd Run

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Primrose Ltd Run (511902)<br />A pale opaque pink.

A pale opaque pink.




“What a pretty, useful, opaque pink - for those, of course, who like pink. I did find it a little shocky - but for a pretty, opaque, pale pink - this is an excellent choice.” Read more at DragonJools blog. – Dwyn Tomlinson

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Primrose Ltd Run
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“What a pretty, useful, opaque pink - for those, of course, who like pink. I did find it a little shocky - but for a pretty, opaque, pale pink - this is an excellent choice.” Read more at DragonJools blog.
Dwyn Tomlinson
"Primrose is a rather pretty pink [but primroses are yellow!]. This rod was really shocky though and it would crack about an inch above the end every time I took it out of the flame and put it down, so when I next had to use it, I needed to not only bring it back slowly high up in the flame, but make sure I got that whole bottom inch heated up before using it." Read more at Heather's blog.
Heather Kelly
"To the naked eye, Primrose could easily be mistaken for Effetre 256. Photographed under incandescent light, Primrose appears to be a slight shade lighter than Effetre 256. The quality of glass was superb without bubbles. Slightly shocky during day 2 of testing, however gently heating the rod was a perfect remedy."
Heather Sellers