Messy Color™ Nectar Ltd Run

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Nectar Ltd Run (511214)<br />A transparent peach.

A transparent peach.




"The rods are a slightly pinkish colour, but the worked glass is a rich honey coloured amber. Here you can see the contrast in colours." Read more at DragonJools blog. – Dwyn Tomlinson

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Nectar (palest etched transparent), Peaches & Cream, Sepia (etched), Cookie Dough
Gloria Sevey
Messy Nectar
Amy Hall
Nectar Ltd Run
Jolene Wolfe
Nectar and Rubino over Cottontail
Sarah Hornik
Nectar with 99% fine silver wire wraps and Glass Diversions Himalayan Rose frit
Darlene Collette
Effetre pastel Light Pink 260 encased with CiM Nectar, decorated with Effetre pastel Light Sky Blue 224. Tumble-etched to a satin finish.
Laura Sparling

Messy Tester's Feedback

  • Nectar is a peach color very similar to Peachy Keen.
Nectar is a lovely rich peach with good saturation. It etches to a beautiful pastel. – Celia Friedman
Nectar is only slightly more dense in color than Peachy Keen. – Gloria Sevey
I would believe Nectar was Peachy Keen. – Melanie Graham
  • Special thanks to Amy Hall for providing the photo in this section.

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"Nectar is a peachy transparent which is unique to the color palette and I sprinkled in a Glass Diversions frit named Firecracker." Read more at Darlene's blog.
Darlene Collette
"The rods are a slightly pinkish colour, but the worked glass is a rich honey coloured amber. Here you can see the contrast in colours." Read more at DragonJools blog.
Dwyn Tomlinson
"These lentil beads are made in Nectar. They describe this as a ‘peach’ colour but in my opinion it’s not quite orange enough to be a true peach. Imagine mixing pink and honey together and this colour is the result. It’s a warm, rosy, honey kind of colour. Whatever, it’s a LOVELY colour glass. An utter doddle to work with no glassy bad behaviour. It absolutely gleams and catches the light wonderfully. Nectar beads would look really pretty with gold, rose gold or copper. Pretty much identical to Peachy Keen but maybe just a tiny teeny tad warmer." Read more of Laura's testing.
Laura Sparling
“Nectar is a crisp, transparent honey-peach with subtle hues of cognac. Paired with Butter Pecan, the glass pressed nicely into a 1 inch lentil. Raku nicely accents the rich warmth of the Nectar. No hazing, bubbling or shocking occurred during testing. Nectar is a match for the batch of Peachy Keen I had in my studio.”
Heather Sellers
“This picture shows Nectar [with silvered ivory wraps] side by side with Peachy Keen [decorated with a silvered ivory fern]. These two glasses could pass for one another but are named differently as they have different formulae.” Read more at Kitzbitz Art Glass’ blog.
Jolene Wolfe