Unity Sculpture Crystal Colours

Here are the rich and gorgeous glass colour crystals that you can select to combine during your special day. Afterwards, send them back to us and they will be included in your own Unity Sculpture, as original and unique as the two of you. The notes on each colour were made by glass artist Lee Ware. Choose your colours and start creating your wedding memories today! Or if we can help in any way, drop us a note on our website, on Facebook, or at info@unityinglass.eu. We'd love to help!
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Our Crystal Colour Chart.  For your sculpture, will you select your personal favorite colours?  Your wedding theme colours?  Maybe Emerald Green for the colour of his eyes, or Topaz Blue because you're getting married near the sea?  The choice is entirely yours, and we love to see what our couples create....

Our Crystal Colour Chart. For your sculpture, will you select your personal favorite colours? Your wedding theme colours? Maybe Emerald Green for the colour of his eyes, or Topaz Blue because you're getting married near the sea? The choice is entirely yours, and we love to see what our couples create....

A few Unity Hearts in some of our favourite colour combos!   Not sure about your colour selection?  Just let us know what colours you have in mind.   The colour combination of each order is reviewed personally by the artists prior to shipping for your wedding. We always keep an eye out for you behind the scenes!  Any questions?  Drop us an e-mail!  We love colour consultations!

A few Unity Hearts in some of our favourite colour combos! Not sure about your colour selection? Just let us know what colours you have in mind. The colour combination of each order is reviewed personally by the artists prior to shipping for your wedding. We always keep an eye out for you behind the scenes! Any questions? Drop us an e-mail! We love colour consultations!

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Emerald Green. Not too light. Not too dark. It’s a perfect balance of a true green. The crystals themselves are gorgeous and reminiscent of raw uncut green emeralds. A customer flying from the Caribbean was questioned closely to see if she was smuggling emeralds. We take that as a compliment!

Emerald Green. Not too light. Not too dark. It’s a perfect balance of a true green. The crystals themselves are gorgeous and reminiscent of raw uncut green emeralds. A customer flying from the Caribbean was questioned closely to see if she was smuggling emeralds. We take that as a compliment!

Topaz Blue. This is a gorgeous, light and highly transparent blue. It’s delicate, and the light transmission through it is beautiful.

This is a gorgeous, light and highly transparent blue. It’s delicate, and the light transmission through it is beautiful.

Lapis Lazuli Blue. It’s a gorgeous cobalt blue. It can be rather bossy in the final glasswork, so we prefer the ability to adjust its volume compared to the other colors. We often send much less of the Lapis Lazuli compared to the other colors to help balance this out in the final glasswork. If you like a nice cobalt blue, this is the color for you, for sure. It works great as a highlight color--perhaps 5% or even less.

Lapis Lazuli Blue. It’s a gorgeous cobalt blue. It can be rather bossy in the final glasswork, so we prefer the ability to adjust its volume compared to the other colors. We often send much less of the Lapis Lazuli compared to the other colors to help balance this out in the final glasswork. If you like a nice cobalt blue, this is the color for you, for sure. It works great as a highlight color--perhaps 5% or even less.

Coral Red. Our red is a fantastic transparent, medium toned red. Possibly a little bit on the orange side of red, but definitely a nice red.  I’m personally not a huge fan of having both Coral Red and Lapis Lazuli Blue together as major colors in the final glasswork. Just red and deep blue alone are a difficult mix to get just right. If they’re two out of 5-8 colors, that’s will look fine. It’s great as a major color in the glasswork.

Coral Red. Our red is a fantastic transparent, medium toned red. Possibly a little bit on the orange side of red, but definitely a nice red. I’m personally not a huge fan of having both Coral Red and Lapis Lazuli Blue together as major colors in the final glasswork. Just red and deep blue alone are a difficult mix to get just right. If they’re two out of 5-8 colors, that’s will look fine. It’s great as a major color in the glasswork.

Buttercup Yellow. The yellow is super bright and pretty, but it does have a slight murkiness to it. It’s extremely slight though. If you love yellow, don’t hesitate !  Note that it is a reactive color that will make an olive grey fringe of color where yellow and Sapphire Blue crystals touch in the final glasswork.

Buttercup Yellow. The yellow is super bright and pretty, but it does have a slight murkiness to it. It’s extremely slight though. If you love yellow, don’t hesitate ! Note that it is a reactive color that will make an olive grey fringe of color where yellow and Sapphire Blue crystals touch in the final glasswork.

Tourmaline Teal. Thinking about a peacock color themed wedding? Well, we must have some teal in the mix. Not too dark, yet a beautiful blue-green color. I think it’s probably one of our most overlooked colors, yet one of our prettiest.

Thinking about a peacock color themed wedding? Well, we must have some teal in the mix. Not too dark, yet a beautiful blue-green color. I think it’s probably one of our most overlooked colors, yet one of our prettiest.

Steel Grey. It’s gorgeous and masculine. Highly transparent and just a beautiful medium grey in the final glasswork. The crystals themselves look like a dark charcoal, but they mellow out in the heat (2100 degrees!) of the glass, becoming very balanced.

It’s gorgeous and masculine. Highly transparent and just a beautiful medium grey in the final glasswork. The crystals themselves look like a dark charcoal, but they mellow out in the heat degrees!) of the glass, becoming very balanced.

Garnet Red. This is a very dark and deep Cabernet red. It has some characteristics of black in it, with a beautifully deep red tone. It’s not terribly transparent. It’s a great “highlight”, sometimes used along with our standard red as a major color, yet we’ve also seen it also work remarkably well as a major color when specifically mixed along with Steel Grey, Ivory White, and just a slight touch of Onyx Black.

Garnet Red. This is a very dark and deep Cabernet red. It has some characteristics of black in it, with a beautifully deep red tone. It’s not terribly transparent. It’s a great “highlight”, sometimes used along with our standard red as a major color, yet we’ve also seen it also work remarkably well as a major color when specifically mixed along with Steel Grey, Ivory White, and just a slight touch of Onyx Black.

Pure White. In crystal format, the pure white is absolutely gorgeous. In the final glasswork it’s translucent, possessing characteristics of both a transparent and an opaque color. This works great as a major color, but it’s usually used as a highlight.

In crystal format, the pure white is absolutely gorgeous. In the final glasswork it’s translucent, possessing characteristics of both a transparent and an opaque color. This works great as a major color, but it’s usually used as a highlight.

Sapphire Blue. This is a fantastic blue. Not too light. Not too dark. Very medium toned and gem-like. One of my favorites, for sure. Though, when used with yellow, it will create a small fringe of olive green/grey where the 2 colors meet. It’s specifically a chemical reaction between the two and is unique to the two. I personally really like it, but if you have these as two of your colors, do expect some olive/grey to appear. For a couple with “chemistry”, this may be perfect.

Sapphire Blue. This is a fantastic blue. Not too light. Not too dark. Very medium toned and gem-like. One of my favorites, for sure. Though, when used with yellow, it will create a small fringe of olive green/grey where the 2 colors meet. It’s specifically a chemical reaction between the two and is unique to the two. I personally really like it, but if you have these as two of your colors, do expect some olive/grey to appear. For a couple with “chemistry”, this may be perfect.

Carnelian Orange! Who knew I would become such a huge fan of orange. It’s beautifully transparent and super bright. It works well as a major color, and it’s a true delight as a highlight color. If you want that little pop of color in your piece, consider orange as a highlight. I think I’d be very happy with a final glass piece made totally of orange.

Carnelian Orange! Who knew I would become such a huge fan of orange. It’s beautifully transparent and super bright. It works well as a major color, and it’s a true delight as a highlight color. If you want that little pop of color in your piece, consider orange as a highlight. I think I’d be very happy with a final glass piece made totally of orange.

Peridot Yellow. This is a lemon/lime color, with a hefty dose of lemon in it. Expect to see some yellow coming from it in the final glasswork. If you want a truer green, do consider our Emerald Green.

This is a lemon/lime color, with a hefty dose of lemon in it. Expect to see some yellow coming from it in the final glasswork. If you want a truer green, do consider our Emerald Green.

Onyx Black. A classic. Super sleek in the glass. Masculine and refined. A little black though goes a LONG way. For example, equal amounts of black, Sapphire Blue, Topaz Blue, and Emerald Green, together in the mix in equal amounts, will result in a sculpture or vase that is mostly black. I love the black as a major color with white, ivory, and grey. Consider using volumes of 5-10% only of the black if you want it in the mix with brighter, more colorful tones.

Onyx Black. A classic. Super sleek in the glass. Masculine and refined. A little black though goes a LONG way. For example, equal amounts of black, Sapphire Blue, Topaz Blue, and Emerald Green, together in the mix in equal amounts, will result in a sculpture or vase that is mostly black. I love the black as a major color with white, ivory, and grey. Consider using volumes of 5-10% only of the black if you want it in the mix with brighter, more colorful tones.

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