Jacaranda (Ltd Run) 1/8 Kilo

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Stocks of this colour are very low , please limit yourself to one pack to allow other artists to try this unique colour.

Ltd Run colours are manufactured in extremely small quantities and might not be repeated again .

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Testers reported

"Jacaranda is like a less translucent/more transparent version of Crocus. Jacaranda is transparent in rod form but it developed a soft mistiness as I used it and it has retained this after annealing. The effect is really pretty. The rod was ever so slightly shocky in that it fractured several times but not enough to send fragments flying. Apart from that it’s fuss-free." Read more at Laura's blog.
 Laura Sparling
"In the rod, Jacaranda looks like it might be a misty opal but when worked it turned quite transparent, still has a little haze to it though. Not hard to work with. A good amethyst translucent purple."
 Alexis Berger
"Jacaranda is a lovely purple in rod form and solid bead form. When layered semi-thinly over dichroic, it is an extremely pale purple. Not shocky and no issues with bubbling or scumming. Played nicely with dichroic and silver glass on surface."
 Terri Herron
"Jacaranda looks great by itself [top] but also makes a wonderful layering colour. The hearts here are made with Effetre dark teal [left] and Effetre mid purple [right] encased with Jacaranda. The lilac purple layer has given the darker core colours a real lift and the resulting hearts have a kind of gem-tone quality to them." Read more at Kitzbitz Art Glass' blog.
 Jolene Wolfe
"Jacaranda is a fabulous pale purple glass which is wonderful to work with. I tend to work hot and find many pale colours fussy and easy to boil but Jacaranda takes all the heat I can throw at it without any drama! Here is a close look at Jacaranda as spacers. It is such a beautiful bright spring time lavender purple." Read more at Kitzbitz Art Glass' blog.
 Jolene Wolfe
"Jacaranda is a masterpiece. The color is the same like Crocus and Wisteria but Jacaranda is almost transparent."
 Olga Ivashina