Messy Color™ Ceylon Ltd Run

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Ceylon Ltd Run (511721)<br />A transparent brown.

A transparent brown.




"Ceylon is a pretty good base colour for silver glass - both for the reducing colours and the striking ones. If you blow up the picture, you can see interesting effects in my reducing silver glass and lots of colour in the TerraNova2 frit." Read more at Melanie's blog. – Melanie Graham

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Messy Ceylon
Marcy Lamberson
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Gloria Sevey
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Kim Fields
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Darlene Collette
Ceylon, Toto, and various shades of pink
Kandice Seeber
Messy Ceylon
Melanie Graham

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Ceylon is a bit browner and lighter than Adamantium. – Melanie Graham

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"Ceylon is a pretty good base colour for silver glass - both for the reducing colours and the striking ones. If you blow up the picture, you can see interesting effects in my reducing silver glass and lots of colour in the TerraNova2 frit." Read more at Melanie's blog.
Melanie Graham
"Ceylon is a transparent medium color that sits halfway between grey and brown, and is really muted, making it a wonderful layering color. It's kind of a transparent lighter Adamantium, I think. The glass itself is a nice consistency - not too stiff and not too soft. I had no real bubbling or scumming issues, and no shocking at all. The clarity of this color is wonderful." Read more at Kandice's blog.
Kandice Seeber
"I have used Ceylon here as the core colour under these encased beads. . . . I have tumble etched the encased Ceylon donut spacers and they look like frosted sea glass, though it is very rare to find sea glass naturally in shades of grey." Read more at Kitzbitz Art Glass' blog.
Jolene Wolfe
"Ceylon is predominantly brown with a touch of grey and a micro-smidge of purple. In fact, it goes a sort of purple colour when heated. It’s considerably darker than both CiM Chateau and Sepia, and not as pink as the latter." Read more at Laura's tumblr.
Laura Sparling
"Ceylon is a transparent, smoky topaz. No hazing or bubbling during testing. The stiff crystalline glass has a lovely slightly pink glow. Much darker than Chateau which has an amber tint, Ceylon's color is more muted leaning toward a more neutral spectrum."
Heather Sellers