Quetzal is a true turquoise blue. A darker, more color-rich version of Celadon. Admittedly, I am excited about this new color addition. The forgiving nature of the glass did not require a perfectly balance flame to stay clean and crisp in color, unlike other turquoise glass. No shocking or bubbling occurred during testing.
Pictured above from left to right: Painted Hills, Yellow Brick Road, Toto, Garnet, and Emperor.
Painted Hills is a warm vanilla color. Initially, the glass is milky white when heated, but the soft golden yellow tone begins to bloom as the glass cools. A beautiful addition to the CiM family. No shocking or bubbling occurred during testing.
Yellow Brick Road is a golden kissed Dijon. The color is a more subtle tone of Honey Mustard. When initially introduced to the flame, the glass is extremely milky in color. During the heating/cooling process of working the glass, the golden tones begin to bloom. No shocking or bubbling occurred during testing. (pictured above)