Messy Color™ Cottontail Ltd Run

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Cottontail Ltd Run (511905)<br />A pale opal peach.

A pale opal peach.




"Cottontail is a stiff, translucent, slightly pinkish ivory, or slightly ivory-ish pink. It is both stiff and creamy at the same time. You can see after heating here, it retains its translucent quality." Read more at DragonJools blog. – Dwyn Tomlinson

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Top part is Nectar over Cottontail
Sarah Hornik
Cottontail and Chateau
Heather Sellers
Messy Cottontail
Amy Hall
Cottontail with Effetre Rubino Oro 456 and Reichenbach Opal Raspberry
Laura Sparling

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  • Cottontail was engineered in response to color requests for an opal peach.

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"Cottontail is just barely pink and stays sort of translucent. When held to the light, it's a pale golden pink. It doesn't get that vein-ey look that some of the other opals do."
Gloria Sevey
"This turquoise frit has separated a bit, creating darker lines inside. There is no grey boundary, but a general darkening that I don't know is a result of the glass or the way it was worked." Read more at DragonJools blog.
Dwyn Tomlinson
"Cottontail is a stiff, translucent, slightly pinkish ivory, or slightly ivory-ish pink. It is both stiff and creamy at the same time. You can see after heating here, it retains its translucent quality." Read more at DragonJools blog.
Dwyn Tomlinson
“Cottontail is a natural alabaster reminiscent of Roman Imperial Period. The lovely color is neutral in rod form, however the rich warm undertones come to life in the flame. When paired with hues of green, Cottontail took on a nude ivory hue. When left to stand alone, the glass took on a warm glow of fine alabaster.”
Heather Sellers
“Cottontail is a delicious looking pale peach, unique to the 104 palette. It reminded me of Peaches & Cream so I made some more hearts [with a silvered ivory band on the right hand side of the pic] for comparison.” Read more at Kitzbitz Art Glass’ blog.
Jolene Wolfe