Messy Color™ Ice Floe Ltd Run

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Ice Floe Ltd Run (511526)<br />A transparent blue.

A transparent blue.




"Ice Floe is a dream to sculpt and shape. The neck and opening of 'Cloudscape' were wound from Ice Floe. Over the hour of heating and reheating the vessel, I never once had to 'fight' the glass or touch up the crisp lines of the vessel's neck." – Heather Sellers

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CiM Ice Floe with daisies in Effetre White 204 with CiM Hollandaise centres.
Laura Sparling
Ice Floe Ltd Run as encaser
Jolene Wolfe
Messy Ice Floe
Kim Fields
Ice Floe & Zachary
Kandice Seeber

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  • Special thanks to Heather Sellers, Jolene Wolfe & Trudi Doherty for providing the photos in this section.

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"There's nothing else like it that I know of in the 104 COE line - it's bluer than Effetre Pale Aqua, and a lot paler and more grey than any of the transparent blues out there." Read more at Kandice's blog.
Kandice Seeber
Ice Floe over white with Cobblestone decoration and spacers.
Laura Sparling
"Ice Floe is a super pale transparent blue. I mean very, very, very pale." Read more at DragonJools' blog.
Dwyn Tomlinson
"The bead at the back has a base of Effetre clear, rolled in silver leaf and encased in Ice Floe – the silver’s definitely silver, so this could be a handy encasing colour to prevent it going gold." Read more at Heather's blog.
Heather Kelly
"Ice Floe is a dream to sculpt and shape. The neck and opening of 'Cloudscape' were wound from Ice Floe. Over the hour of heating and reheating the vessel, I never once had to 'fight' the glass or touch up the crisp lines of the vessel's neck."
Heather Sellers
"This first string of hearts compares Ice Floe [black detail] with Effetre pale aqua [white detail] and Vetrofond pale aqua [blue detail]. Ice Floe is paler than both the Vetrofond and Effetre pale aqua blues and has a slight grey tone." Read more at Kitzbitz Art Glass' blog.
Jolene Wolfe
“I’ve made tiny cores out of some bright transparents and used Ice Floe as the encasing layer. It etches beautifully, more like a pale steel blue, and not like any of the pale blue glasses I've seen before.”
Jolene Wolfe