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Here is the “Official” Color chart:
Usually the colors from Taterskin through Faded Jeans will anodize true in all gauges and most ring sizes, but in 18 and 20 gauge rings with small IDs, you will get a blend of 2 and even 3 colors, Beautiful? Absolutely, but maybe not what you are looking for. Our rings are so shiny that the light bounces around inside the oxide layer (that forms the colors) and on the smaller sized rings, a variety of colors can be seen, depending on the angle of the light on them. Ask us about your choice and we’ll tell you what can and can’t be done…
Berry Basket – All your favorite shades – raspberry, blueberry, strawberry, peach and others, with glimmers of sunshine. This mix looks marvelous when combined with bronze or copper.
Blueberry – depending on light, can range from deep blue-purple to almost violet shades
Broccoli – yes, it’s teal, but we’re sticking to the garden theme here – can occasionally have touches of peacock or even a little lettuce
Camo – Go all ‘GI Joe’ with your chainmaille! Shades of brown and green and in between give your jewelry that ‘natural’ look… tree bark, leaves and glints of sunlight – they’re all there!
Peach – dark coppery-gold with touches of ‘salmon-y’ pink
Coffee Bean – rich, toasty brown – sometimes with a touch of purple
Deep Ocean – Rich, dark and mysterious… deepest blues, velvety purples and just a touch of peacock green. Shades of ‘dangerous and seductive’…
Eggplant – deep, dark rich purple shading to brown
Lettuce – think romaine! medium shades with sometimes a few lighter tones of broccoli and/or olive
Pale Olive – yep – like an olive, but without the pimento – with several shades from palest olive to slightly deeper with a touch of gold
Jeans – dark cobalt blue, like new denim
Faded Jeans – like your favorite faded, worn-out jeans
Overalls – From darkest ‘new denim’ to ‘faded out’, this mix has every shade of blue that you’ll find in your favorite denim jeans – dress it up with sterling or combine it with bronze – both are stunning!
Peacock – blueberry/teal shimmer – don’t you have a peacock in your garden?
Plum Violet – rich plummy-purples with a glimmer of blueberry
Raspberry – one of the most ‘changeable’ colors, with shades ranging from peach, pale magenta and a touch of violet
Rhubarb – pale pink-ish with a glimmer of pale green
Summer Bouquet – All the ‘hot’ colors of summer blooms – yellow, peach, plum-violet, raspberry – and leafy cool greens in this mix.
Salad Greens – Every green shade that niobium comes in – from lettuce and pale olive to broccoli, which has a blue tint. Mix up a cool bracelet with sterling silver!
Squash – rich, golden yellow with slight green cast – can look very ‘bronze-y’ at times
taterskin – light to medium beige/brown like, uh… a potato!