Formerly known as Indian Red Crayon, this color is a deep wine colored red-brown. It is the darkest red in the Glass Alchemy palette.
Working Tip: Pre-heat in outer flame. Avoid rapid heating.
Artist Description by Mike Shelbo
This deep and earthen colored red works nice and smooth when treated properly. This color handles extremely well without encasement in solid or blown work. It likes to be worked in the halfway point (neutral zone) of your flame. Working Sangria under extreme oxygen or propane in your mix for a long period of time (over 2 hrs on one piece) can lead to overworking the color.
When blown color application is thinner than 1mm color becomes diluted and milky translucent deep red.