Messy Color™ Prussian Blue Ltd Run

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Prussian Blue Ltd Run (511551)<br />An opaque blue laden with silver.

An opaque blue laden with silver.




"Prussian Blue is a rich blue colour that develops deep green striations and patches when worked." Read more at Kitzbitz Art Glass' blog. – Jolene Wolfe

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  • Prussian Blue was our attempt to remelt Class M Planet, but the result was quite a bit darker.
It is similar to Class M Planet but in a darker and more intense blue shade. – Jolene Wolfe

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"When Prussian Blue is hot - it goes blue and green, and looks very much like Class M Planet. Once out of the kiln though - the colours are more of a blue and a steel grey, darker than Class M Planet. Interestingly, the final brush with the flame across the glass brings up a colour that is more like a periwinkle, before it goes in the kiln - but there is no sign of that after it comes out. That actually seems to be where the bulk of the steel grey is after - so some experimenting with heating would be in order, I think." Read more at DragonJools blog.
Dwyn Tomlinson
"Prussian Blue is a lovely deep blue in the rod, nearest I have is Reichenbach Iris Dense Blue. A very saturated colour which would work well in twisties. A lovely base for stormed Ekho."
Sandy Kelly
"Prussian Blue is a rich blue colour that develops deep green striations and patches when worked." Read more at Kitzbitz Art Glass' blog.
Jolene Wolfe
"When paired with a silver reactive shard and reduced, the surface fumes to a lovely golden sheen."
Heather Sellers