Messy Color™ Cinnamon Jelly Ltd Run

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Cinnamon Jelly Ltd Run (511117)<br />A bright red.

A bright red.

A thin layer of Cinnamon Jelly over Effetre White with Cobblestone scrolls. – Laura Sparling

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Cinnamon Jelly
Mary Lockwood
CiM Peace thinly encased with CiM Cinnamon Jelly, decorated with CiM Toto stringerwork
Laura Sparling
CiM Cinnamon Jelly
Jolene Wolfe
Messy Cinnamon Jelly
Kim Fields
Messy Cinnamon Jelly
Heather Kelly
Cinnamon Jelly
Jolene Wolfe

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  • Special thanks to Heather Kelly and Dwyn Tomlinson for providing the photos in this section.

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“The unworked rod, to my eye, in artificial light, has a slightly livery, brownish tone, but that appears to disappear when worked. Like some other transparent reds, it strikes to a cloudy red when repeated heated and cooled. You can see here that the barrel or tube bead on the right side, on the mandrel, is quite transparent at the end, where I finished it and then kilned it, without the repeated cooling and heating cycles of the other beads.” Read more at DragonJools blog.
Dwyn Tomlinson
A thin layer of Cinnamon Jelly over Effetre White with Cobblestone scrolls.
Laura Sparling
"Cinnamon Jelly is a glossy, spice red. The high gloss finish gives the color a juicy aura in any light. The initial warming of the test rod produced slight shocking which was easily remedied with gentle warming and slower introduction to the flame. Easily shaped with a bead roller, the overall finish is lovely."
Heather Sellers