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Old 2017-12-11, 8:25am
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Does anyone know what silver glass makes this purple?



Is it true that Reichenbach has silver glass like this or is this a Double Helix color? I have been out of the loop and am trying to get re-acquainted with the new glasses.

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Old 2017-12-11, 11:44am
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such a small pic, it's hard to say. Purple can be a common color...try looking at DH Skylla or Skiron.
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Old 2017-12-11, 12:50pm
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Zeus by TAG. I think... Juno maybe.
Fire Lotus is possible. Doesn’t look like a DH color. I’d really think this was a TAG color. Unless it could be DH Terranova. You also have BellaDonna purple but this doesn’t look like hers at all. (Just giving some silver glass purplish options as well)

Reichenbach Magic and Multi don’t really look like that small amount of color either. They’re more of an opaque. This looks transparent.
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Maybe Reichenbach Silver Brown
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Old 2017-12-11, 8:00pm
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Thank you for the replies everyone. We're good to go!
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Old 2017-12-12, 3:51am
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Hi Melissa,

Reichenbach Multicolor 96 COE looks like this:



Reichenbach Silverbrown dark looks like this:





Hope that helps.
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Old 2017-12-12, 11:00pm
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Oohhh. Silver brown is a new one for me. Off to search.
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how do you get your silver brown to look like that? I should probably search or start a new thread. So far, it's been a struggle for me to use and something nice like that
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Old 2017-12-13, 5:51pm
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Thank you everyone! Elke!! How are you?? Long time no see.
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how do you get your silver brown to look like that? I should probably search or start a new thread. So far, it's been a struggle for me to use and something nice like that
I used to buy it all the time because it was a lot like Clio. Latest batch does absolutely nothing for me. It does reduce so that's a plus at least. Just a heads up, worth a try anyways in case I got a dud part of the batch.
Super heat and cool is how I always worked it, there is an old thread here about it Silver brown.

Also for myself at least, multicolor dark 96 is just blues for me, no purple anymore. In fact, a lot of their colors have changed
I've had to pull some production items because they are that different.
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If anyone is interested here's an older thread about the different batches of Silver Brown and how to treat this beautiful glass.
http://www.lampworketc.com/forums/sh...ht=silverbrown

I've 5 different batches of RB Silver Brown as shown in the photo.




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