Messy Color™ Peaches & Cream Ltd Run

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Peaches & Cream Ltd Run (511704)<br />An opal peach.

An opal peach.




"I noticed that the more you worked this glass and the longer it was in the flame, the less chance there was that it retained its translucent quality. The colour shift to a solid opaque was evident. When it was used to make stringers, the colour was lost producing a pale, insipid length of glass, transparent in colour with little or no tint at all." – Liz DeLuca

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Messy Peaches & Cream Ltd Run
Jolene Wolfe
Peachy Keen and Peaches & Cream
Lisa St. Martin
Messy Peaches & Cream
Gloria Sevey
Messy Peaches and Cream
Joy Munshower
Messy Peaches & Cream as one of the layers in the base bead
Melanie Graham

Messy Tester's Feedback

  • Peaches & Cream was engineered in response to requests for an opal Butter Pecan.
Peaches & Cream strikes opaque in the kiln. – Genea Crivello-Knable
  • Special thanks to Genea Crivello-Knable for providing the photo in this section.

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"Peaches and Cream is a striking colour, ranging from a pale peach all the way to a light/medium orange depending on the amount of striking. I got the darkest, most orange tones from it in the beads I reduced. On the left here, we have plain Peaches and Cream. The bead on the right is also Peaches and Cream, the only differences being its size and that it has been reduced. The bead on the right, after reduction, is more orange and the surface of the bead also looks a little disturbed and cloudy. The bead on the left is a perfect, creamy peach colour." Read more at Melanie's blog.
Melanie Graham
"Beads were made from left to right, and you can see, the longer they were worked, cooled and reheated, the more they return to the original colour of the rod, but perhaps not quite as translucent." Read more at DragonJools blog.
Dwyn Tomlinson
"Peaches and Cream with Effetre opal yellow, edp and turquoise. Peaches & Cream is a super non reactive base for these kinds of beads, really lovely!"
Jolene Wolfe
"I noticed that the more you worked this glass and the longer it was in the flame, the less chance there was that it retained its translucent quality. The colour shift to a solid opaque was evident. When it was used to make stringers, the colour was lost producing a pale, insipid length of glass, transparent in colour with little or no tint at all."
Liz DeLuca