In jewelry, there are many gorgeous purple gemstones, some of the most popular including amethyst, tanzanite, and lolite. The shades vary greatly from tanzanite’s almost blue color to amethyst’s bright hue to the translucent lavender of taaffeite, but they all have their own special, unique feature. In the Lampwork glass world, there are a wide range of purple glass colors that can be used to create lampwork beads.
There are few things in life that provoke such a wide array of reactions as the color red. For centuries it has been the symbol of danger, power and influence, as well as love and passion. Let’s examine how red became the most passionate color in the color wheel:
Have you seen all those celebrities on television and how they just exude so much radiance and magnetism, that you cannot help but stay glued watching them? What is it about them that keeps them attractive and desirable? The answer is one word: charisma. The process on how to achieve and possess such similar charismatic flair involves another word: colors.