The first shade is pale amethyst purple 046. This is the palest amethyst color. They are a very pale, pale shade of purple. They are so delicate and dainty looking. I think of romantic beads ready ready to embrace a lacy blouse when I see these. They are so awesome frosted also. You can find the glossy lampwork beads wrapped in fine silver here and the dainty frosted sea glass looking beads with fine silver here.
glossy glass bead wrapped in fine silver here or the frosted beads wrapped in silver here.
The third goup of amethyst glass is known as medium amethyst purple 042. This shade is has a bursting with purple. They are rich a dramatic color and says, hey I am here. The glossy lampwork beads are here while the etched satiny matte beads are here.
Then we come to the fourth color in the group. It is called dark amethyst purple 044. These beads are very very dark purple. These remind me of dark juicy plums. You can see the etched beads almost look black. You can find the shiny beads wrapped in fine silver here and the frosted matte beads with fine silver here.
One more interesting fact. Black is a transparent color of purple that is so dense it looks black. I always found that very interesting because I think of black being just black. I have a focal bead I made that is a good example showing the transparency of black. I will show you at a later date.
This whole group of amethyst glass beads look wonderful mixed and matched with glossy or etched to show all the colors of purple. You can buy as many as you like in my Covergirlbeads Online Webstore. I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org if you need to get in touch with me.