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  1. lavender is hard to find in Masters, but it's out there, and it goes from pinkish to purple, depending on the blending and transparency of the adjacent colors. here's 4 with purple. note the one on the right has a lavender and purple brushed patch on a transparent green base.
  2. Sami, the three Peltier patents: 1927650_method_of_and_device_for_making_vitreous_objects.pdf feathered slags with striations 1865787_device_for_making_vitreous_like_objects.pdf shaping and forming spheres 1946879_means_for_and_method_of_making_agatized_bodies.pdf NLRs
  3. i believe these to be from the Nova family. i posted the pics on facebook, and someone said Clear Nova. sure wish i could get more input on these and the story behind the Nova family runs. i have recently seen at least two other different examples said to have been part of those runs...a swirl of lighter green on very dark green, and another patch type of the same color scheme, all around 7/8-inch.
  4. who made these two marbles? they are just under 7/8-inch.
  5. thanks, Steph, for sleuthing this out!
  6. yup, probably Euro, then. (good to see you, too!)
  7. what is the size on that, Dani? (my guess would be Euro, too).
  8. looks like an older Conqueror, but not an opal.
  9. green eggs and bacon sorry, i couldn't resist
  10. awesome mib! if the surface is intact and no other damage, then mint. those underground bubbles are sweet!
  11. in the news... (the article says it will air again on Dec 15.)
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