Messy Color™ Loch Ness Ltd Run

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Loch Ness Ltd Run (511432)<br />A deep green moonstone.

A deep green moonstone.




"CiM has a great selection of super saturated glass colours in their palette which are just perfect for making stringers and murrini that don't look washed out. The vines and leaves have been made in two ways - the hearts on the left have vines made with CiM Goldenrod encased with CiM Loch Ness [though any bright yellow opaque glass under Loch Ness will work just as well]. The vines on the right are made with CiM Weeping Willow under a layer of Loch Ness." Read more at Kitbitz Art Glass' blog. – Jolene Wolfe

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Messy Tester's Feedback

  • Loch Ness was engineered in response to requests for a green based black. Testers report that Loch Ness is especially good for making vine cane.
  • Special thanks to Jolene Wolfe for providing the photo in this section.

See Kay Powell’s frit testing samples.
Browse Serena Thomas’ color gallery.
Check out Miriam Steger’s CiM color charts.
Consult the CiM resource page on the Kitbitz Art Glass site.


"I had some weird stuff happening with the Loch Ness marble. I encased the color in Aether to keep the green from touching the ivory. The silver fumed onto the clear and it made the color look bluish, not deep green."
Chris Haussler
"CiM has a great selection of super saturated glass colours in their palette which are just perfect for making stringers and murrini that don't look washed out. The vines and leaves have been made in two ways - the hearts on the left have vines made with CiM Goldenrod encased with CiM Loch Ness [though any bright yellow opaque glass under Loch Ness will work just as well]. The vines on the right are made with CiM Weeping Willow under a layer of Loch Ness." Read more at Kitbitz Art Glass' blog.
Jolene Wolfe
"Loch Ness is nearly dark enough to be black, but shows some hint of being green. I like it. Very little fuss with it."
Chris Haussler
"Loch Ness is a transparent swamp green. The heavily-pigmented mossy color becomes more readily visible when used as a decorative frit or encased. Otherwise, the glass appears almost black in intensity."
Heather Sellers
“In the picture from left to right these decorated egg shaped beads use Slytherin, Loch Ness and Slytherin Unique-2.” Read more at Kitzbitz Art Glass’ blog.
Jolene Wolfe