Troi (Ltd Run) 1/4 Kilo

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1/4 Kilo of Troi (Ltd Run) CiM Glass Rods, 11-12 rods.

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.

Troi is described as "an opaque teal"

"Troi is a deep, opaque blue-green. It comes up very streaky, which I like, but may not be your cup of tea. Three spacers in Troi, with the middle one with Eff 276 Dark Ivory dots. You can see there is a very pronounced reaction with the ivory, and the dots sunk into the Troi and got all malformed instead of staying round. I thought it looked like an exact match for CiM 586 Mermaid, except the Mermaid is not so streaky." Read more at DragonJools' blog.
Dwyn Tomlinson

"Troi seems to give some streaks and striations depending on how you layer it but I like the additional detail this can give to a bead and I don't consider that to be an unwanted quirk in the slightest. There are no effects of fuming from the silver in this stringer on either colour." Read more at Kitzbitz Art Glass' blog.
Jolene Wolfe

"Troi melted smoothly with no shockiness or bubbles. It is a beautiful color. It gets a nice dark line reaction on the Dark Ivory. It created a really peacock looking bead on the Painted Hills. It created a very nice base for the stipple stitch in Okeanos." Read more at Paula's blog.
Paula Schertz

Left to right: Troi, Laguna, Moana, Mermaid. See more of Claudia's work.
Claudia Eidenbenz

Left to right: Troi, Laguna, Moana, Mermaid. See more of Claudia's work.
Claudia Eidenbenz

"I’m assuming this bluish-green is named after the colour of Deanna Troi’s uniform in Stark Trek: TNG. It’s a pretty colour and like all other opaque blue-greens and green-blues, it’s a tad streaky. I try to get around this as much as I can by studying where the major streaking is occurring on the rod and then making sure that I position that ‘inside’ the bead-to-be as I wrap it onto the mandrel. Troi melted well with no popping or pitting. It’s quite soft and therefore tends to spread; encasing it without any bleed onto the encasing layer is quite tricky. To get around this you need to work cooler and slower than you usually do, not allowing the base bead to get over-hot." Read more at Laura's tumblr.
Laura Sparling

"A beautiful Aegean opaque green, works incredibly well with many colours and with silver glass. Left: Troi encased in clear. Right: Troi encased in Effetre grass green."
Juliette Mullett

"A new opaque teal from CiM, this colour leans towards the greener end of teals. This is similar to the very popular Cotswold Blue that came out in the last production run. In rod comparison it has stronger and brighter green tones and it lies in between Mermaid and Cotswold Blue. I used the same raku based frit blend to make the beads, and while you can still see a difference, it's not quite as noticeable as it was in the rod. This melted with no issues at all. If you love rich teals then this is going to appeal to you!"
Trudi Doherty