Val Cox Fuchsia Pink

Lampwork Colour Guide -> Frit Blends -> Val Cox Fuchsia Pink

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This frit, sold by Val Cox, is “a no-fuss pink that quick-strikes in the flame to a gorgeous intense transparent. Use on a non-reactive base glass for best effect. When used with silver foil, the silver can appear gold.”

Beads & Info by Amy Hall

Fuchsia 004
Base of Moretti 004 Transparent Clear with Val Cox Fuchsia Pink frit #0

K100 Clear Fuchsia Frit #0 WIld Raspberry Frit GoddessK100 Clear Fuchsia Frit #0 WIld Raspberry Frit Goddess
Val Cox Wild Raspberry frit and Val Cox Fuchsia Pink frit size #0 on a base of Kugler K100 clear.

Fuchsia 219
Moretti 219 Pastel Copper Green base with Val Cox Fuchsia Pink frit #0.

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Base of Moretti 224 Pastel Light Sky Blue with Val Cox Fuchsia Pink frit #0

224 Fuchsia #0
Base of Moretti 224 Pastel Light Sky Blue with Val Cox Fuchsia Pink frit #0 – this time I treated the Fuchsia a little bit more gently and didn’t burn out the colour so much. Much brighter pink!

Fuchsia 204
Base of Moretti 204 Pastel White with Val Cox Fuchsia Pink frit #0

Fuchsia 955
Base of Moretti 068 Transparent Pale Rose, with Vetrofond 955 Seashell Swirl Special Odd, and Val Cox Fucshia Pink frit. The raised dots are CiM Simply Berry.

Fuchsia 266
Moretti 266 Opal Yellow base, with Moretti 456 Special Gold/Ruby (Rubino Oro), and Val Cox Fuchsia Pink Frit

Fuchsia 219
Moretti 219 Pastel Copper Green base with Val Cox Fuchsia Pink frit

In this set, I used a light transparent base (I think it was Moretti 068 Transparent Pale Rose/Light Pink?), and rolled in the frit, encased in Lauscha clear, and covered with clear dots that make the beads really sparkle.

Fuchsia 068

This next set has a Moretti 081 Transparent Dark Lavender base (one of my favorite transparents), rolled in the Val Cox Fuchsia frit. The raised dots are Moretti 456 Special Gold/Ruby (Rubino Oro)

Fuchsia 081

The big rounds are clear with the fuschia frit; so is the transparent part of the bigger beads.