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Old 2012-05-09, 10:12pm
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Yea I wanted to try this recipie and then compare it to CIM's new rose tea. I was wondering if they would be simmilar in color.
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Old 2012-05-09, 10:26pm
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Oh, CiM has a Rose Tea?? That sounds yummy!
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Old 2012-05-10, 1:51am
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It's brand new, it looks darker than amber rose though. I think frantz has it and Howaco will have it in the next few days.
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Old 2012-05-10, 5:29pm
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It's brand new, it looks darker than amber rose though. I think frantz has it and Howaco will have it in the next few days.
Actually I will have it, TODAY!!! Yay! lol. I will have my website updated in the next couple of hours.
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Old 2012-06-25, 12:21am
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Way cool!
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Old 2013-11-16, 10:36pm
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Have never mixed glass before to make a new color..........any hints, tips, how to's?

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I forgot to thank Courtney for her contribution. She came up with the straw yellow suggestion and that's what made it work - thanks Courtney!

I wanted to include a quick tut on mixing. I use my 1/8 mandrels and punty cut lengths of glass to them using whichever ratio I want. I then heat the glass on each mandrel into a gather and smoosh them together then slowly stretch and fold the glass until it's well incorporated. Actually it's not so much of a fold as I try to slide the glass over itself to avoid making too many bubbles. When I feel that it's mixed properly I pull the gather into a rod/stringer. That's it.

Hey, I just saw that this tutorial got 5 stars - Yipee - thanks!!!
...bumped the technique from page 1
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Old 2013-11-24, 11:54am
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Thanks for posting this recipe.
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Old 2013-11-24, 1:08pm
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I believe Devardi makes a close match to the original amber rose.
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Old 2013-11-24, 10:37pm
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Which Devardi color is similar, plz?
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Old 2014-09-05, 7:26pm
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Okay... sorry, I need to bump this again.

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Old 2015-08-21, 10:27pm
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Bump.
I found this picture of a bead that calls for a base of Amber rose and double helix CE 352 which I have a few rods of. Been wondering what yo do with it. Now I know!
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Old 2018-06-23, 8:42pm
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Old thread but thank you! I love this color
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Old 2018-06-25, 9:14am
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Hi, This looks very useful Does anyone have an idea what the Moretti colours/numbers translate to in Effetre please? I've looked for these on Martin Tuffnell's site but can't find them.

Thanks loads!
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Old 2018-06-25, 9:45am
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Handyann, these look to be the equivalent:

Trans lav blue (same number at the end, 082)
http://frantzartglass.com/effetre-ro...ods-591082.asp

And yellow straw, also with same 049:
http://frantzartglass.com/effetre-ro...rod-591049.asp
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Old 2018-06-25, 9:45am
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Amber Rose is no longer available. The Effetre numbers would be the same as the Moretti.

Edit: I find both the lavender and the straw yellow by searching the Tuffnell's site for "591XXX" where XXX is the color number. Lavender is called Rose on their site.
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Old 2018-06-26, 1:12am
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Ah - thank you both very much. I did find the Rose listed when I did a search on Tuffy's site, but of course didn't relate it to Lavender Blue - why would you??!

I'll go and try again.

Thanks again, Ann
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Old 2018-07-09, 4:14am
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Oh yummy!!!!
Thanks for everyone's work/fun with this....I have been making (playing at making) beads since 2000....
It just proves what I once said is TRUE...we don't even know what we don't know
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The more we know, the less we don't know
I am soooo glad to 'know' this is even possible
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