Northstar-41 Butterscotch is a semi opaque buttery tan color. It can yield rich purplish blue tones and silver hues. When kept in a more oxidizing environment more of the blues and purples will appear. If reduced, a silvery haze will appear on the surface. Butterscotch is easy to work and can take a lot of heat making it a forgiving striking color. It can be stretched out and is good for blown work and sculpture. If you are looking for something even more intense, try Northstar Caramel.
Rods are approximately 7mm in diameter and 19 inches long with approximately 10-11 rods per pound.
Artist description by Roger Child – This is a versatile color that when worked in an oxidizing flame and heated to the white-hot stage will develop creamy hues of brown and tan. It may even surprise you and develop some shades of light purple and green. When worked in a reducing flame it will develop creamy browns with a silvery effect.