Cherry Sitting Float

hand-blown by Bob Meyer

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Color Pattern
Optic Mold

The Cherry mix always contains the most vibrant transparent and opaque versions of Red that Bob can find - reds that are truly reminiscent of the cherries back in Door County (in Wisconsin) during the autumn. 

A deep, rich red, often referred to as a "Lipstick Red", is apparently extremely difficult to manufacture, particularly in the opaque version.  More often than not, it's either a little too orange or a little too brown, or a little too variable.  Bob strives to use the best Reds available, though.

Here are more examples of Cherry Floats: