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Old 2013-04-01, 2:25pm
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Ok, ok, ok...so this is a newbie question for sure

What is EDP (Effetre Dark Purple, Number??) and Opal Yellow, is that Opalino Yellow, 508??
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Old 2013-04-01, 2:34pm
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Opal yellow and the opalino yellow are not the same. The names are confusing to a newbie, and I still remember those days of long ago. hehe

The number is 266 and EDP is 254.
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Old 2013-04-01, 2:55pm
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Reichenbach strawberry
Old effetre butter yellow
Turquoise
Dark periwinkle
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Opal yellow and the opalino yellow are not the same. The names are confusing to a newbie, and I still remember those days of long ago. hehe

The number is 266 and EDP is 254.
Thank you! hehe
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Old 2013-04-01, 3:24pm
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EDP is a nickname, Julie - Evil Devitrifying Purple. It's Effetre purple opaque and can be a challenge to work with.
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Old 2013-04-01, 3:26pm
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EDP is just 254 Purple (pastel) aka Evil Devitrifying Purple.

And I love pinks. I have every shade of pink I ever had a chance to own.
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Old 2013-04-01, 4:39pm
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... and I have probably 5 pounds of Opal Yellow and I'm not sure I've ever used ANY because I have no clue what to do with it.
OMG, if you don't want it, send it to me or just use it as a base for just about anything you would use ivory for, it's such a gorgeous colour . I know you don't do silver colours alot, but it's a wonderful base for any of the silver glasses as well.
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Old 2013-04-01, 7:36pm
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Effetre Ivory
Effetre Transparent cobalt blue
Effetre Rubino
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Old 2013-04-01, 10:32pm
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If you could only buy five colors of glass, other then your basic white, black and clear..what would you buy, where is it from, what is it's number, and why is it so special to you?

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Vetro Watermelon
Vetro Orange Sherbet
Vetro Tangerine Sparkle
Effetre EDP
CIM Atlantis

I am a bit of an orange ho! Especially corals!
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Opal Yellow
Dk. Ivory
Rubino Oro
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clear glass (boro), gold and silver is all i need to be happy.
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Hmmm.

R161 Reichenbach Light Beige. I just LOVE the way it looks. It's the 96COE version of Dark Ivory.
R108 Reichenbach Iris Orange (Raku). Beautiful.
R736 Reichenbach Multicolor Dark. Same as above.
R69 Coral Red. Very nice red that holds its color.
K218 Iris Gold. Seriously versatile. Reduces to an awesomely rich gold.
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i can see i'm going to have to beef up my glass wish list ...out of my limited stock, i love the purples (except EDP right now), and the turquoise/ivory combos. Two of my favorite colors.

It is really fun to see what direction our colors flow...thank you for playing

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EDP.
Coral. ('Cause that's a new glass with every batch!)
Opal Yellow.
I can't remember my favorite silver glass right now (lyme disease issue) but i get rainbows from it.
Lauscha "glassdaddy" purple.
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(and if it was boro it would be soo much easier...it's almost *all* like silver glass!!!)
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OMG, if you don't want it, send it to me or just use it as a base for just about anything you would use ivory for, it's such a gorgeous colour . I know you don't do silver colours alot, but it's a wonderful base for any of the silver glasses as well.
No, send it to me! Actually it's the loveliest base in the world for silvers. If you don't use silver try twisties with OY, EDP and Intense Black. Use Rubino decorations over OY to get some lovely interactions. Use it as a base or on top of other reactives. It likes to play with mosaic green, EDP, dark turquoise, copper green, and silver plum. You should play around with it with most of your reactive pastels.
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