Messy Color™ Enchanted Ltd Run

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Enchanted Ltd Run (511626)<br />A pink lavender transparent.

A pink lavender transparent.




"Enchanted is slightly more pink than Jellyfish. It is a beautiful pinkish purple. No scumming or boiling." – Caroline Davis

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CiM Enchanted
Carol Ann Savage
Enchanted with palladium and rainbow dichroic
Trudi Doherty
CiM Enchanted
Pati Walton
EDP, Raku, and Enchanted lentil with Enchanted hollow
Heather Sellers
CiM Enchanted & Rapunzel, along with Dark Violet
Kandice Seeber
CiM Enchanted with DH Aurae shards
Darlene Collette

Messy Tester's Feedback

  • Enchanted was melted to replace Jellyfish, a much sought-after bright transparent purple.
Jellyfish is pinker than Enchanted. – Gloria Sevey
"Enchanted has more purple / amethyst. Jellyfish is still closer to dark lavender." – Carol Ann Savage
  • Enchanted color shifts depending on the lighting.
"When it comes to color shifting, there are some differences. Enchanted stays on the purplish side when under fluorescent bulbs. You can see in this pic here [kind of crude but it does the trick] that several of the shades shift to a pale blue while others stay lavender-ish but kind of wash out. This is where you might want to consider what colors you are pairing the lavender with to decide whether you want a blue color shift or not. When in sunlight however, the vivid lavender comes out to play." Read more at Kandice's blog. – Kandice Seeber
  • Special thanks to Trudi Doherty, Kandice Seeber, and Carol Ann Savage for providing the photos in this section.

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"Enchanted was complemented by Double Helix Aurae shards. The silver glass seems to fume a golden hue over the transparent purple glass." Read more at Darlene's blog.
Darlene Collette
"Enchanted is slightly more pink than Jellyfish. It is a beautiful pinkish purple. No scumming or boiling."
Caroline Davis
Daylight
Left to right:
Effetre 080 pale lavender, Enchanted, Effetre 081 dark lavender
Claudia Eidenbenz
Indoor lighting
Left to right:
Effetre 080 pale lavender, Enchanted, Effetre 081 dark lavender
Claudia Eidenbenz
Daylight
Left to right:
Trapeze, Enchanted, Jellyfish, Count von Count
Claudia Eidenbenz
Indoor lighting
Left to right
Trapeze, Enchanted, Jellyfish, Count von Count
Claudia Eidenbenz
"Enchanted has a definite colour-shift - depending on the lighting. IMHO - it is most beautiful in sunlight." Read more and see the videos at DragonJools blog.
Dwyn Tomlinson
"Enchanted sits pretty much in the middle when it comes to saturation. Here's a pic of the lavenders I have on hand, under reveal bulbs that show true color. [Some of these are discontinued colors, fyi.] You can see that Enchanted is about the same saturation as the colors around it, but just a tiny touch pinker." Read more at Kandice's blog.
Kandice Seeber
"Enchanted is an easy to work with pale purple that color shifts to a bluer or pinker hue depending on the lighting. The first bead is Enchanted over a core of Spooky, the middle one is Spooky over Enchanted and the third one is as Enchanted as am I."
Gloria Sevey
"Enchanted is a pale pink lavender. When compared to Effetre Transparent Dark Lavender, Enchanted has a light plum hue. [Enchanted is on the Left, Effetre Dark Lavender is on the Right]. Light hazing occurred during testing but cleared up as the glass became molten." Read more at Heather's blog.
Heather Sellers
"An attempt by CiM to remake Jellyfish. Sometimes you really do need to look at colours in good daylight . . . at first glance in my studio many of these looked very similar, but here you can see they look quite different. In rod form Enchanted looks just a touch paler than Jellyfish, and in comparison to CVC, Dark Lavender & Tranquility it veers towards the pink side of the colour palette. Enchanted melted like a dream, smooth and with no issues at all. It will colour shift to show more blue shades under different light sources."
Trudi Doherty