Monthly Archives: October 2009

Reichenbach Multicolor Dark (R-736C) – First 2 sets

Here are photos of my first two sets with Reichenbach Multicolor Dark. The first one is selfcolored. The nuggets are made with a brass press and the spheres with a graphite beadroller. I have the impression Multicolor Dark prefers the

Reichenbach Multicolor Dark (R-736C) – First 2 sets

Here are photos of my first two sets with Reichenbach Multicolor Dark. The first one is selfcolored. The nuggets are made with a brass press and the spheres with a graphite beadroller. I have the impression Multicolor Dark prefers the

Reichenbach Multicolor Dark (R-736C)

If you’re one of my Facebook friends, then you know that I’m smitten with this new glass.And if you like Gaffer Chalcedony, then the chance is high that you’ll LOVE Reichenbach Multicolor Dark (R-736C). It’s COE 96, unlike it’s little

Reichenbach Multicolor Dark (R-736C)

If you’re one of my Facebook friends, then you know that I’m smitten with this new glass.And if you like Gaffer Chalcedony, then the chance is high that you’ll LOVE Reichenbach Multicolor Dark (R-736C). It’s COE 96, unlike it’s little

DH "Frantz Juggernaut" – first impressions

Here are my first test beads with the new (and very limited) Double Helix color “Frantz Juggernaut”. I didn’t have lots of time to play, so I just made some crystals with a Juggernaut core, gentle striking until dark amber

DH "Frantz Juggernaut" – first impressions

Here are my first test beads with the new (and very limited) Double Helix color “Frantz Juggernaut”. I didn’t have lots of time to play, so I just made some crystals with a Juggernaut core, gentle striking until dark amber

The many faces of Gaffer Chalcedony 109

Gaffer Chalcedony 109 has been already on the market for a couple of months and you can find lots of photos of Chalcedony beads on lampwork forums. But I wanted to highlight with this post how it reacts with different

The many faces of Gaffer Chalcedony 109

Gaffer Chalcedony 109 has been already on the market for a couple of months and you can find lots of photos of Chalcedony beads on lampwork forums. But I wanted to highlight with this post how it reacts with different