Messy Color™ Blue-yah! Ltd Run

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Blue-yah! Ltd Run (511533)<br />A transparent blue.

A transparent blue.




"And if you have ever looked at a bottle of Windex and thought - damn, I wish there was a glass that colour - well - there is. Blue-Yah!"  Read more at DragonJools blog. – Dwyn Tomlinson

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Messy Tester's Feedback

  • Blue-yah is a transparent blue.
Blue-yah! is closer in intensity to Pulsar than Zoe & Birthstone but just a tad more  grayed. – Gloria Sevey
Blue-yah!--can't praise this one enough. It's so exciting to have a true teal available! Blue-yah! is greener than the aquas, but bluer than the teals sold by Lauscha and Effetre. It's a lovely middle ground to combine with aqua and emerald green. And it's light enough to etch well, whereas your other blue-ish teal is too dark for that. No one else is making blue-ish teals and I hope you continue making these. – Celia Friedman

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"And if you have ever looked at a bottle of Windex and thought - damn, I wish there was a glass that colour - well - there is. Blue-Yah!"  Read more at DragonJools blog.
Dwyn Tomlinson
"Blue-yah! is an aqua but it behaves a lot better than Effetre and Vetrofond aquas in that it doesn’t pit and boil at the drop of a hat. I found that the longer I worked Blue-yah, and the more I cooled and reheated it, a few tiny scummy surface bubbles appeared but it was nothing I couldn’t remove. I think the key is to maintain an even heat and then it works like a dream. The Blue-yah! is darker than Effetre Dark Aqua 036 and a tiny bit greener." Read more of Laura's testing.
Laura Sparling
“Blue-yah! is a more saturated version of Birthstone with heavy undertones of teal [when compared to Pulsar]. No shocking or hazing occurred when heated. The intensity of Blue-yah! is similar to Pulsar, however the teal green of Blue-yah stands out."
Heather Sellers
“From left to right in this picture you can see Pulsar, Blue-yah!, Zoe, and Birthstone. Zoe and Birthstone are lighter and more towards aqua than Pulsar is, Blue-Yah! is a similar kind of intensity to Pulsar but a touch towards teal.” Read more at Kitzbitz Art Glass’ blog.
Jolene Wolfe