Messy Color™ Pink Champagne Ltd Run

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Pink Champagne Ltd Run (511915)<br />A transparent color that shifts between bright pink and brownish pink depending on your lighting.

A transparent color that shifts between bright pink and brownish pink depending on your lighting.


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"Pink Champagne is a nicely stiff glass, although not quite as stiff as some others in the CiM line. It didn't scum at all - any bubbles that did appear burned off really quickly." Read more at Kandice's blog. – Kandice Seeber

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Messy Tester's Feedback

  • Testers report that Pink Champagne shifts in color depending on the type of lighting.
  • Special thanks to Elasia for providing the photos in this section.

Carol Tannahill blogged Pink Champagne's color shifting properties.
Amy Houston made a series of pink spacers with Gelly's Sty, Pink Champagne, and Blush.  
Kandice Seeber’s set Opal Kiss made with Pink Champagne came out much differently than she expected.
See Liz Long's bead made with Stone Ground, Sapphire, and Pink Champagne on her blog.
Darlene Collette used Pink Champagne with DH Aurae here and here.
Visit the CiM Resource Page on the Kitbitz Art Glass site.
See Kay Powell’s frit testing samples.
Browse Serena Thomas’ color gallery.
Check out Miriam Steger’s CiM color charts.


"Pink Champagne is a dark, dusky pink diluted cranberry juice colour. Incidentally - the Pink Champagne kiln-struck - it went into the kiln much lighter than that. [left to right Eggplant, Count von Count, Pink Champagne]" Read more at DragonJools blog.
Dwyn Tomlinson
"So, depending on the lighting, CiM Pink Champagne Unique #1 looks either quite pink or quite grey." Read more at Melanie's blog.
Melanie Graham
"I love Pink Champagne because it doesn't turn yellow or brown in the reduction flame, as a lot of other transparents do. In fact, CiM pinks and lavenders have all been great about keeping their lovely pink tones even when I have used heavy reduction on the surface!"
Alison Dvorchik
"Starting with an inner core of CiM Pink Champagne, a pink transparent glass, these beads were generously sprinkled with a custom blend of Double Helix silver infused frit, including Clio, Aurae and T-315. After reducing the beads to bring out the beautiful colors of blues and roses, each bead was encased in Effetre Rose Quartz to capture the opal-like shine of the silver glass and was shaped into the flat shape." Read more at Darlene's blog.
Darlene Collette
"Pink Champagne is a glass that begs to be photographed in natural light in order to show off its wonderful pinkness. The beads have a core of CiM Heffalump cased in the Pink Champagne and the spots and spacers are CiM Lapis which is actually a gorgeous indigo." Read more at Laura's blog.
Laura Sparling
"Pink Champagne reminds me a lot of Rosatto, except darker and more 'sparkly'. Seriously, CIM's quality is really impressing me. This color of theirs has gorgeous clarity, a nice stiff consistency but not Lauscha-stiff and doesn't bubble or scum like most transparents. It is a tiny bit more sensitive to temperature change, and likes a hot flame emvironment, as far as I can see. And the color? Off the charts gorgeous. The 104 coe color line has a distinct lack of medium transparent pinks - and this color goes a long way towards filling that gap." Read more at Kandice's blog.
Kandice Seeber
Pink Champagne matches Swarovski Rose Satin crystal.
Vonna Maslanka
"Pink Champagne is a nicely stiff glass, although not quite as stiff as some others in the CiM line. It didn't scum at all - any bubbles that did appear burned off really quickly." Read more at Kandice's blog.
Kandice Seeber
Claire used Messy Pink Champagne and iris gold to create a faux boro effect. Check out more of Claire's work.
Claire Morris