Messy Color™ Pink Pansy Ltd Run

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Pink Pansy Ltd Run (511930)<br />A transparent pink.

A transparent pink.




"This photo is lit from behind. There is a butterscotchy sheen on the surface of the beads. I laid a very fat clear stringer on the larger beads and didn’t see any significant difference." – Gloria Sevey

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CiM Pink Pansy
Joy Munshower

CiM Tester Feedback

  • Pink Pansy color shifts in different lighting and sometimes has a butterscotch cast to it.
“Pink Pansy is gorgeous if you hold it up to the window and look through. It’s only when you look at it on a table where the light gets caught on the edges of the bead that you see a yellowing.” – Jenefer Ham

Claudia Eidenbenz’s "Vetrothek" (glass library) is a great resource for color comparisons.
See Kay Powell’s frit testing samples.
Browse Serena Thomas’ color gallery.
Check out Miriam Steger’s CiM color charts.
Consult Jolene Wolfe's glass testing resource page.


"This photo is lit from behind. There is a butterscotchy sheen on the surface of the beads. I laid a very fat clear stringer on the larger beads and didn’t see any significant difference."
Gloria Sevey
"Pink Pansy is more pink than Cranberry Pink. Lingonberry is just dark. Both Pink Pansy and Lingonberry seem to yellow in certain lightings, with Pink Pansy doing it more readily. I think Pink Pansy is a really beautiful, unique color and I would include it in my palette."
Gloria Sevey
"Pink Pansy worked nicely but seemed more like a cored cane of two different colors together. The butterscotch is definitely part of the cane and not a surface reduction. I struck it several times and couldn't get the butterscotch color to strike out. It's a nice color and the glass worked well. It didn't boil or spit."
Joy Munshower