Baking soda lampwork. A little goes a long way, and pictured is the effect with opaque glass. Nolly says, "A very light touch will give you very fine bubbles that look like frozen champagne [with transparent glass]. I think if you dip your finger in the baking soda, rub it on your marver, then roll your bead, you'll pick up enough soda for this light effect."
Harold Williams Cooney, American Trade Cone bead, $ 45.00. Hollow blown boro glass lampwork. California Trade Beads are a color study of opposed zanfirico in an organic palate. After the ﬂameworking and coldworking was completed, the item's surface was sandblasted and oiled to give it a pleasingly tactile, natural satin ﬁnish. To find all of the California Trade Beads that are available for purchase on the internet: http://www.etsy.com/shop/hwcglass/search?search_query=California