Messy Color™ Goldenrod Ltd Run

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Goldenrod Ltd Run (511310)<br />An opaque yellow.

An opaque yellow.




“Typically, Effetre yellows have issues with striations of gloss rising to the surface and creating discoloration in the final finish, however this did not occur with Goldenrod. The color is true throughout. Wraps of hot glass melted into the surface without any color indications of adding glass to the main bead. The glass was easy to shape and sculpt.” – Heather Sellers

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  • Goldenrod is an opaque yellow.
Goldenrod is similar to Submarine but much more opaque. – Jolene Wolfe
  • Special thanks to Jolene Wolfe & Heather Sellers for providing the photos in this section.

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"Goldenrod is a touch brighter than Hollandaise, which was a bit more mustard with a tad more orange about it. Goldenrod is a very yellow yellow, but not in an acid yellow kind of way. It's just a bright, happy yellow. It works well for my Bumblebeads as it's not streaky. Some opaque yellows get transparent streaks in them but Goldenrod is a nice 'flat' yellow." Read more at Laura's blog.
Laura Sparling
"Goldenrod is a bright, happy, pure yellow that stays yellow and does not shift to orange when you work it. It is a completely acceptable alternate to Eff 404 [Glass not found]. It is no better about boiling - but no worse either. Because it does not de-saturate [look lighter] when encased, you could stop the yellow/turquoise sulfur/copper reaction by putting a clear layer or dot under the turquoise." Read more at DragonJools blog.
Dwyn Tomlinson
“Typically, Effetre yellows have issues with striations of gloss rising to the surface and creating discoloration in the final finish, however this did not occur with Goldenrod. The color is true throughout. Wraps of hot glass melted into the surface without any color indications of adding glass to the main bead. The glass was easy to shape and sculpt.”
Heather Sellers