Messy Color™ Eggplant

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Eggplant (511655)<br />A very dense and saturated opal purple.

A very dense and saturated opal purple.




Eggplant with gold foil. – Pat O'Brien

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Messy Eggplant, Hades, & dichro stringer
Carol Oliver
Messy Eggplant
Genea Crivello-Knable
Messy Eggplant
Pat O'Brien
Messy Eggplant over white
Patricia Frantz
Messy Eggplant
Trudi Doherty
Messy Eggplant
Joy Munshower

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  • Eggplant is a very dense opal purple.

Darlene Collette made a set capturing the colors of the harvest using Eggplant.
Darlene Collette combined Eggplant, Olive, and Dirty Martini for a glorious effect.
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Vickie Christian uses Eggplant frit to create 104 compatible frit blends. Find more blends at Vickie's Emporium.
Vickie Christian
"First up, on the left, a dark opaque purple called Eggplant. It looks slightly translucent in the rod, but works up to be functionally opaque, although it would probably be worth it to try it as a thin layer over clear. The new purples, Plum, Grape Ape and Eggplant form a harmonious colour range, really being varying shades of the same purple. Eggplant is the darkest." Read more at DragonJools blog.
Dwyn Tomlinson
Eggplant with light ivory. See more Eggplant beads at Chris's blog.
Chris Sanderson
"I was thrilled to see the March 2011 issue of Bead Trends is now out to the stores. I was honored to be featured in this issue with my design named 'Our Love'. The design is a combination of rich purples including CiM's Eggplant [a great base for silver frit], Effetre Purple Glycine and lots of Double Helix silver glass decorations." Read more at Darlene's blog.
Darlene Collette
Eggplant with gold foil.
Pat O'Brien
“Eggplant etches normally. This bead was put in etching solution for 12 minutes."
Genea Crivello-Knable
“I didn’t even realize this was an opalino! It works up like a regular transparent glass and I didn’t have any problems at all using it.”
Lori Bergmann