Caramel - Northstar
Caramel is a more intense version of NS041 Butterscotch. It is a rich silvery tan color that can be stretched out thin. It is great for stringer application and blown work. Work in a hot neutral to oxidizing flame for bright tan colors. To bring out the silvery mirror like sheen, bathe the piece in a reducing flame. Be sure to try NS007 Ruby or NS013 Amber Purple over NS044 Caramel.
Second quality glass can have the properties of odd quality glass, but may also have small stones, air bubbles, vary in tone/shade, or the shape can be very out of round. Both odd and second quality glass can provide a great value to the right person.
Ratings & Reviews
One of my Must Have colors
by Breanna D -
Love adding this color to just about anything, adds an interesting organic look to many different colors. Fav combos are this with amber purple, NS ruby and a deep blue.
Love this color
by Carey B -
easy to work with and produces beautiful earthy tones! a must have
Hands down my favorite color, it works so well it should be called butter. Just an amazing range of earthy tones. And can take plenty of abuse.
I dig the Carmel and used it quite frequently in my work!! Works well and is an easy color to work with, coming from me, I haven’t been on the torch that long but I haven’t had any issues with this color at all
Awesome color if you like silver strike 5!
One of my favorite colors! If your a fan of silver strike 5 from GA, give this color a try. Very saturated with silver and can give some very awesome silvery earth tones in a reducing flame. Another must have from NorthStar in my book!
Best color for wood grain!
by Selva -
Absolutely love laying lines of caramel and stringers of grizzly over clear And then adding a layer on top of maple syrup, gives me the exact effect that of wood grain I was going for!