Messy Color™ Hemoglobin Ltd Run

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Hemoglobin Ltd Run (511123)<br />A rich transparent red.

A rich transparent red.




"Hemoglobin is a semi-transparent red [only the little nub on the side has remained particularly transparent]." Read more at Heather's blog. – Heather Kelly

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Messy Tester's Feedback

  • Hemoglobin is a mismelt of Sangre. It is very close to Sangre- many of our testers suggested we "pass" it. However, we know many artists use Sangre for production work. Based on the slight difference we are now calling this batch Hemoglobin.
We are offering Hemoglobin at a reduced price to Sangre.

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"I wanted to see if Hemoglobin worked with silver glass as well as Sangre did and below is a photo of some flat tab beads with Double Helix silver glass murrini and Triton dots. The color stayed a true red with no liver or browning. Definitely a keeper!" Read more at Darlene's blog.
Darlene Collette
"Hemoglobin is a semi-transparent red [only the little nub on the side has remained particularly transparent]." Read more at Heather's blog.
Heather Kelly
"A lovely vibrant red - if you want it clear - heat the snot out of it, and if you want clouds - be cooler." Read more at DragonJools blog.
Dwyn Tomlinson
"At first glance ... and not in great lighting I thought it was a dead ringer for Sangre. So I made test beads to compare them. Both are made with red cores, encased in Effetre 006 and decorated with dots. Like Sangre, Hemoglobin went clear with heat and easily struck to a beautiful rich red. And as the red was small it kept it's transparency! It melted well with no issues in a moderate heat. I also made a plain slightly larger bead with Hemoglobin, and while not transparent it did not go as opaque as Sangre did. It's hard to capture in a picture, but it almost has a transparent top layer which made it shine."
Trudi Doherty