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Reichenbach Dark Multicolor and Multicolor

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Experimenting with Reichenbach CoE 94(+/-2) Dark Multicolor and Multicolor rods (lampwork cane). Beads before and after being kilned, and beads before and after being etched.  Set one and set two were made with the same glass, but at different times. I'm not sure what I did to achieve such different colours from the same glass, but I think that one set was made on a more neutral flame and the other set were made on a flame with a little more oxyen in it. Set three were made on a neutral flame; I noticed that with the Multicolor if I made the flame hotter the colour became darker. 

 

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Set One: Reichenbach Dark Multicolor before going into the kiln. Set One: Reichenbach Dark Multicolor after being kilned. These beads kept their beautiful colours and were only a little darker once they had been kilned. Set One: Reichenbach Dark Multicolor after being etched.
     
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Set Two: Reichenbach Dark Multicolor before going into the kiln. Set Two: Reichenbach Dark Multicolor after being kilned. These beads were darker and more red and purple in colour after being kilned, but still very pretty Set Two: Reichenbach Dark Multicolor after being etched.
     
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Set Three: Reichenbach Multicolor before going into the kiln. Set Three: Reichenbach Multicolor after being kilned. These beads stayed much the same, a tiny bit darker after being kilned. Set Three: Reichenbach Multicolor after being etched.

 

 

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