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Old 2014-07-14, 3:45pm
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I am wondering if you can help me with something. I have a bead that I have made on accident a handful of times and I had a request to make another. I know that I used encased aventurine glitter and a silver glass but I'm not sure sure what else. I'm wondering if you have any ideas. I get this color reaction at the end after I add the silver. Thanks in advance
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Old 2014-07-16, 8:34am
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I have no idea...
The soft transparent yellow - Effetre 14k ?
The pink - Double Helix Aurae?

I want to know more about aventurine GLITTER, lol.
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Old 2014-07-16, 9:25am
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I would guess Aurae as well.
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Old 2014-07-17, 4:00am
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It's going to be very hard to get an answer simply because of the type of glass you used. The silver glasses have dozens of reactions, and because of that, you may not be able to tell one from the other. Unless you have only one kind of silver glass.

If this was the Italian glass, CiM, Bullseye, or any of the 96 COEs, then we might be able to figure it out. Because most of those are WYSIWYG. (what you see is what you get)
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Old 2014-07-17, 11:16am
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No help here, but it sure is pretty!
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Old 2014-07-24, 8:00pm
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Helios?
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Old 2014-07-25, 6:25am
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Do you have Double Helix test batch PK572b? It's a pink rod but comes out peachie salmonie and can also have those soft yellowish hues. I've made beads that look like the bead in your pix.

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Old 2014-07-28, 9:13pm
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I't a beautiful bead with soft colors and lots of sparkle. Is the adventuring a special sparkle or made from a chunk of adventuring into a stringer? Lydia
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Old 2014-07-28, 9:17pm
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My vote for the silver glass is either DH Aurae or DH Helios.
Both of them can get this iridescence with a soft pink-peach metallic sheen.
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