Messy Color™ Allspice Ltd Run

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Allspice Ltd Run (511723)<br />An opal brown.

An opal brown.




"Within this set I paired Allspice with Double Helix Helios silver glass. It is a great base glass with little to no shockiness when melting. The reduction of the silver glass did produce an interesting fuming on the surface with a blue hue." Read more at Darlene's blog. – Darlene Collette

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Laura Sparling
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Gloria Sevey
Messy Allspice
Kim Fields
Messy Allspice
Heather Kelly
Allspice around a focal cube bead of Effetre White with Glass Diversions Coffee Bean frit
Darlene Collette
Messy Allspice with silvered ivory stringer wrap
Jolene Wolfe

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"Within this set I paired Allspice with Double Helix Helios silver glass. It is a great base glass with little to no shockiness when melting. The reduction of the silver glass did produce an interesting fuming on the surface with a blue hue." Read more at Darlene's blog.
Darlene Collette
"Allspice is a fairly dark amber brown opalino. Used on its own, the spacers are a lovely warm and deep colour. The etched spacers have a nice inner glow." Read more at Heather's blog.
Heather Kelly
"If you look closely you can make out little wispy veins of a slightly darker brown. A few of the CiM opals get this going on and I think it’s a quirk of the glass rather than me doing something ‘wrong’. When I started playing with this colour I worked it no differently to any other opal and I thought it must be me, or maybe my propane was running low, so I faffed with the flame and the oxygen and propane levels but I still got the wisps. I tried a couple of other CiM opals to make sure I wasn’t losing my mind and no, for once I wasn’t, and the wispiness seems to be what the glass wants to do." Read more at Laura's tumblr.
Laura Sparling
"Allspice is a cinnamon alabaster. Extended flameworking yields a rich, woody blush in the finish."
Heather Sellers