Messy Color™ Antique Lace Ltd Run

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Antique Lace Ltd Run (511714)<br />An opaque beige.

An opaque beige.




"Antique Lace also has a strong reaction with silver though without the hoped for patchy organic patterns than I got from either Daffodil or Alley Cat. It was fumed fairly evenly from a light almost grey toned cream to a really pretty deep beige colour." Read more at Kitzbitz Art Glass' blog. – Jolene Wolfe

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Antique Lace, Celadon, Green Tea and Adobe
Gloria Sevey
base of Antique Lace Ltd Run with 99% fine silver foil and layered with Glass Diversion's Peruvian Violet frit
Darlene Collette

Messy Tester's Feedback

  • Special thanks to Kandice Seeber for providing the photo in this section.
"Seashell and Hazelnut Mousse are a bit more pink than Antique Lace. If I had to pick something it is closest to in hue, it would be Sand Dollar, but Antique Lace is a shade or two lighter. I especially like it because it’s not streaky." – Gloria Sevey

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“Antique Lace is a bit streaky, has stayed a pinkish brown and the Psyche is fairly brown.” Read more at Heather’s blog.
Heather Kelly
“If I wasn't already imprinted on the Effetre Ivories, I might have identified it as an ivory colour. Certainly - it is an 'off-white.' I'm just having trouble identifying which it leans - as it seems to pick up the colours from what ever is around it - but if I had to say - slightly pinkish? From the turquoise dots on the right hand bead, you can see that there is only a minor fuzzing at the border, not a true reaction. So if you are looking for an ivory/bone colour that is not particularly reactive - this might be your answer!” Read more at DragonJools blog.
Dwyn Tomlinson
"When encased, Antique Lace turns winter white - just a tiny shade darker than actual white. It's pretty on it's own, but is too light for layering as a light color, because it just washes out. I think this would be a nice pale opaque base if you're not planning on doing any encasing." Read more at Kandice's blog.
Kandice Seeber
"Antique Lace also has a strong reaction with silver though without the hoped for patchy organic patterns than I got from either Daffodil or Alley Cat. It was fumed fairly evenly from a light almost grey toned cream to a really pretty deep beige colour." Read more at Kitzbitz Art Glass' blog.
Jolene Wolfe