Amber Purple Rod - Northstar
It is well suited for sculpture and moderately thin blown work. The color can produce pale yellows to ambers to a deep purple.
To yield the most vibrant purples, work in a hot neutral to slightly oxidizing flame. Reduction will affect the strike. Try encasing your favorite Amber/Purple with #NS032 Violet, or #NS031 Lavender. To enhance #NS013 Amber/Purple try backing it with #NS054 Star White.
Ratings & Reviews
are you kidding?
by tyler s -
the idea you are even reading a review before trying this out is crazy. one of my favorite colors. flame strike it a time or two and the colors will turn out amazing. i dont really like it as a stringer but amazing otherwise
super easy color to work with
by sarah s -
love this color...especially for making gauged jewelry!
Love this color
by Carey B -
So easy to work with and produces beautiful pinks/purples. I like to kiln strike when using.
by Ryan E -
if you don't have any of this color get some ASAP!!!! sick amber purple colors and the sticks just melt like butter!!! easy to strike just don't thin it out too much it's not saturated enough for stringer work...
by Jason B -
Have always loved using this in implosion marbles always nice strike effect.
one of my favorites
by Josh J -
stick stack this and pull some tube for a sweet striated effect. can boil quick if you hit it to hard and fast too hot.
A personal favorite
by Al W -
I really enjoy this color a lot. It is very easy to melt and can take a fair amount of heat but will boil if you rush it. I prefer to flame strike it a couple times and the pinks and purples just pop. It is a subtle color in blown work but in solid gathers it really turns a beautiful purple just like in the photo. I will always keep this in my shop.
by Tammy S -
Really nice color. Easy the work with, melts well and great striking I use this color a lot.
one of my faves
by sean B -
This will always be one of my go to colors. I love how it works in the flame, its like butter in almost any flame combo. The colors you can get out of it are beautiful from pink to purple to blue to green, its AMAZING!! do your self a favor and scoop a pound of two, you will not regret it for a second.. Three thumbs up in my book..
by Ian R -
I love this color! One of my favorite ways to work this color is to use a hot oxidizing fame the whole time working it, making sure it stays clear, then kiln or flame striking it to yellow orange or purple:)