Midnight (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.

Midnight is described as a "dense transparent that colour shifts between purple in daylight and navy blue in fluorescent light "

Testers reported

"Midnight is a muted purple with a hint of gray. When encased over a white base, the color is more readily visible. A perfect intense transparent to use in creating swirl beads or marbles. No shocking or bubbling occurred during testing."
 Heather Sellers
"This stacked dot lentil shows a few of the lavender/grey shades you can get out of Midnight. These photos have been taken indoors under daylight light bulbs. This lentil has a core of Amethyst encased in clear and then 4 alternating dots of Effetre white and Midnight which have then been melted down flat to let the dots spread." Read more at Kitzbitz Art Glass' blog.
 Jolene Wolfe
"I can't quite make up my mind if Midnight over white is giving me grey or pale violet petals, either way they are very pretty." Read more at Kitzbitz Art Glass' blog.
 Jolene Wolfe
"This is a very saturated colour, so perfect for layering. You can see the colour better, either over a light opaque or transparent. I would describe it as a rich charcoal grey with blue tones. It makes a fabulous background for night theme beads and works well with silver glass. Melts beautifully in the flame with no issues at all!"
 Trudi Doherty
"There really is no other saturated gray than Midnight- once overlaid on top of white it still looks dark gray."
 Liza Lina Schuck
"I pulled a stringer to check its density - I was expecting to see purple like Effetre black, or maybe a green tinge like Hades, but I found it was really very light grey. So I tried it over Effetre white, and yes, Midnight is definitely grey!" Read more at Julie's blog.
 Julie Fountain
Midnight with DH Triton. See more at Darlene's blog.
 Darlene Collette
"This was horizontal stripes, heated and allowed to flow over the white. Where is has stretched out thin, it looks grey - but where it is thicker, it looks black." Read more at DragonJools blog.
 Dwyn Tomlinson
"Midnight is a very stiff transparent colour, sort of like Leaky Pen, however it does not have Leaky Pen's tendency to boil, pit and spark in the flame. It is very dark, even over a core of Clear, and is wonderfully reactive with other colours but stable with silver." Read more at Melanie's blog.
 Melanie Graham
"I chose a number of different base glasses to pop my Midnight shards on top of. Starting at the top and looking clockwise - over the top of Zachary, Fremen, Blush and Gelly's Sty, these shards do indeed show purple tones. Over Desert Pink, Larkspur and Cranberry Pink, Midnight shards tend to look much more like dark blue." Read more at the thread on Craft Pimp.
 Jolene Wolfe
"In rod form, Midnight is so dark that it can easily be mistaken for black. Even holding it up to the light, you can only see the barest hint of a transparent charcoal grey with maybe a tiny hint of blue. I pulled it into a swatch, only the thinnest part, towards the bottom end, can be seen as a dark transparent grey. When pulled into stringer, you can definitely see it as a transparent charcoal grey that is the kind of neutral color that reminds me of black and white photography. There's little saturation, even though the color is very dense." Read more at Kandice's blog.
 Kandice Seeber