|Plain and whiteheart|
I'm not complaining, though - don't get me wrong. I LOVE all the lavender. It's sometimes hard to find, and usually expensive. So the more variations on this color, the better, I think.
Now, as far as Trapeze is concerned, I found this glass to be pretty much the same as Jellyfish when it comes to working it. Maybe a little less scummy on the rod. Work cooler to avoid the bubbling or burning, and it melts like butter. Trapeze has a nice, even tone, and looks wonderful layered over any opaque purple.
As usual, lavender glass turns lighter greyish blue under fluorescent lighting, vivid lavender in the sun, and pinkish lavender under incandescent lights. Trapeze does this, but not quite as much as the Effetre or the Jellyfish.
Enjoy the purple! :)
|Trapeze is layered over CiM Lapis in some of these beads.|
|Trapeze looks gorgeous over Effetre Light Lavender Blue opaque.|