Messy Color™ Avonlea Ltd Run

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Avonlea Ltd Run (511491)<br />A bright green misty opal- same hue as Shamrock.

A bright green misty opal- same hue as Shamrock.




"Avonlea is a beautiful transparent green. And it doesn't bleed! So excited as I encase a lot and it is nice to have a beautiful green to use. This will be on my must buy list!" – Suzy Hannabuss

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Suzy Hannabuss
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Laura Sparling
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Joy Munshower

Claudia Eidenbenz’s "Vetrothek" (glass library) is a great resource for color comparisons.
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Browse Serena Thomas’ color gallery.
Check out Miriam Steger’s CiM color charts.
Consult Jolene Wolfe's glass testing resource page.


"Avonlea is a beautiful transparent green. And it doesn't bleed! So excited as I encase a lot and it is nice to have a beautiful green to use. This will be on my must buy list!"
Suzy Hannabuss
"These are like 2 peas from the same pod, but each with their own special personality! Made with such a cheerful shade of green, Avonlea is a misty opal and Shamrock is an opal that stays translucent! These new types of glass are exactly why CiM are so different from any other glass manufacturers out there. They bring us types of glass and colours that make our hearts sing! I'm a green girl and my Irish heritage [Doherty is an Irish name] draws me towards these colours, especially when one is called Shamrock!"
Trudi Doherty
"Avonlea is a new bright green misty opal, kinda reminds me of bottle green. While there are a few greens out there in similar hues, I'd say that this is definitely brighter and for sure a happy spring shade! One for the green lovers out there!"
Trudi Doherty
"A lovely cheery green, think medium Christmas green colour. Similar to Effetre grass green. Works great with silver glass."
Juliette Mullett
"This is a green – a very green – misty opal. It’s so bright and springy! Again, no trouble with this one on the shocking front but I did have a bit of a bubbly rod. Nothing major and bubbly rods do happen [you can normally tell by holding the rod up to the light and checking for the telltale line/s inside that run along the length of it] but I just thought I’d say. I doubt all rods of Avonlea will have this; I guess it’s all dependent on if there was any air trapped in the original pull at the factory. [I’m guessing here: I don’t make glass – I just melt it.] The photo is Avonlea with CiM Dirty Martini." Read more at Laura's blog.
Laura Sparling