Pink Pansy (Ltd Run) 1/8 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.

Pink Pansy is described as a "a transparent pink "

Testers reported

"I found Pink Pansy easier than Cranberry Pink. I’m finding if I keep it tiny or even teeny - and no pressing - I get the right color. Yay! It has a little orangey tinge. But working small and neutral or oxidizing I get the pretty pink I want."
 Jennifer Borek
"Pink Pansy is a lighter version of juicy pinks [Cranberry, Rubino etc]. As with most glass in this colour range, I always make sure my flame leans more towards the oxidizing side of neutral to avoid any livering. I found that I had to gently strike it to get the colour; which is not unusual for this type of glass. On this bead, there were three wraps and it came out a beautiful rose shade which I'm really pleased with. A pretty glass and I like that it's a softer shade than other juicy pinks available."
 Trudi Doherty
"Pink Pansy is a beautiful magenta, lighter than Lingonberry and has a bit more butterscotch shimmer to it. Here is a pic with Lingonberry [darker beads] next to Pink Pansy [lighter beads]."
 Anna Miller
"Beautiful in rod form but surprisingly different in bead form. The pink tuned livery when worked and stayed that way. It is more reminiscent of tomato with a hint of mustard. Rod preheated and took a while for the colour to strike. The more this glass was worked the more the pink changed to the livery hue."
 Juliette Mullett
"Pink Pansy is a very rich rose when used as a thick layer. It is a lovely shade. Not shocky and no issues with bubbling or scumming. Played nicely with dichroic and silver glass on the surface of the bead. I did not incur any livering when I reduced the silver glass. In certain lighting there is a butterscotch or gold tone that appears near the stringer on the pictured bead which I assume came from the reducing which in my opinion is reminiscent of gold fumed beads."
 Terri Herron
"Pink Pansy is a happy transparent pink in the cranberry family. It has the slightly warm cast to it that some call livery, and others call butterscotch. I'd rather have butterscotch over liver any day unless we are talking internal organs, in which case, I will stick with my liver. Lol. As you can see from the pics, the color and angle of the light make a big difference in how it looks." See more pics at DragonJools blog.
 Dwyn Tomlinson


"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