Messy Color™ Truffle Ltd Run

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Truffle Ltd Run (511709)<br />An opal brown.

An opal brown.




"As just a regular old bead, Truffle is so dense I couldn’t see any specific color. In the photo, the light colored bead is a stringer of  Truffle over Coconut Milk. The petal bead was pressed pretty thin and if I shine a light into it from behind, the thin tip is very close to Mink and the main body is similar to Mink but just a tad more red. The small beads are Mink." – Gloria Sevey

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Messy Truffle as a base for fine granulated frit, encased using Effetre Super Clear and decorated with Double Helix silver glass
Liz DeLuca
Messy Truffle Ltd Run
Jolene Wolfe

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"On a base of Truffle, 99% fine silver foil was added and layered with Val Cox Purple Rose frit. The combination was then melted into the surface and the beads were tumble etched for a smooth tactile feel." See more at Darlene's blog.
Darlene Collette
"This licorice coloured glass is an interesting colour ... not quite black and leans towards charcoal hues! The silvered ivory stringers were made using Effetre dark ivory and silver leaf. When made up into beads, the surface takes on a 'marble-like' quality. The softness of the dark glass easily carried the added scrollwork helping  the ivory glass to spread evenly over the surface and absorb into the bead."
Liz DeLuca
"The far left bead is much more opaque - despite them both being solid colour. I think, as it was the first one made, that it got more heating and cooling cycles, so it could be that this glass goes more opaque as it gets worked." Read more at DragonJools blog.
Dwyn Tomlinson
"As just a regular old bead, Truffle is so dense I couldn’t see any specific color. In the photo, the light colored bead is a stringer of  Truffle over Coconut Milk. The petal bead was pressed pretty thin and if I shine a light into it from behind, the thin tip is very close to Mink and the main body is similar to Mink but just a tad more red. The small beads are Mink."
Gloria Sevey