Serengeto (Ltd Run) 1/4 Kilo

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Ltd Run colours are manufactured in extremely small quantities and might not be repeated again so the advice is always to buy as much as you can if you like it.

Serengeti is described as an " opaque earthy brown with red undertones"

Messy Tester's Feedback

  • Serengeti is a unique addition to the 104 glass color palette.
Serengeti is a new color to the 104 palette. It is similar to Canoe, but with a more red saturation compared to a more golden tone with the Canoe and much darker than Autumn. It is a beautiful color. – Paula Schertz
"The warm, yet earthy glass is a unique addition to the 104 palette and lighter than CiM Canoe." See more at Heather's blog. – Heather Sellers
  • Special thanks to Amy Hall & Paula Schertz for providing the photos in this section.


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Check out Miriam Steger’s CiM color charts.


"Serengeti is a lovely warm tan color, it is slightly less reddish than Canoe. Perfect for animal beads. Serengeti melts beautifully with no shocking or bubbling."
Caroline Davis

Left to right: Canoe, Serengeti, Effetre Cedar. See more of Claudia's work.
Claudia Eidenbenz

"Serengeti is a very fun glass with many faces. The longer it’s worked, the more the lovely reds come to the surface. Winner! Winner!"
Gloria Sevey

"In rod form Serengeti looks caramel brown, and a dead ringer for Stone Ground, right down to the rings of colour at the ends. Once melted, I found that Serengeti bloomed into a rich burnt orange colour. Intrigued by the similarity with Stone Ground I wanted to see how they would compare melted. While they do strike to different shades, the reaction to silvered ivory is the same with both spreading and webbing wildly across the beads [I only added thin lines]. This melted like butter, and while it caused me no issues I did find that bubbles did appear as I melted. The rod was not shocky in any way, but did fascinate me!"
Trudi Doherty

"A Serengeti test revealed the initial rod color to be a warm caramel, however upon melting the opaque glass becomes more vibrant. The color reminds me of a Caloplaca [orange lichen]. No shocking or bubbling occurred during testing. Variations in color can be optained with quick cooling vs. extended heating." See more at Heather's blog.
Heather Sellers

"Serengeti melted smoothly with no shockiness or bubbles. I can see using it for a great color for animal fur for foxes, horses, dogs, etc. Encased with Maple, it is a nice shiny shade of golden brown. The Kalera’s Romance frit and silver foil with Calico frit both created nice organic colored beads. I will be using it as a nice base for frit, as the colors turned out fabulous."
Paula Schertz

"Absolutely loved the reactions with Serengeti when encased in particular."
Amy Hall