Bi-color or Two-Toned Insulators
Examples of two-toned or bicolor insulators, two very distinct colors, the result of incomplete mixing of two separate batches of glass or the addition of cullet (recycled glass) of a different color that was not adequately mixed. The most common bi-color is aqua and green, which can occur either when green glass is added to an aqua or blue glass batch, or when amber cullet is added to an aqua or blue glass batch and mixes in some areas to produce green. These are not rare in Lynchburgs, but are highly valued by collectors.
CD 162 Bi-color, Blue Aqua and Green
CD 106, Aqua and Green Bi-color, with Amber swirls (amber added to aqua).
A CD 154 in Aqua with swirls so dispersed that they give the insulator a green tint (green added to lt. aqua).
CD 162, mostly Green with Lt. Aqua skirt (aqua and green mixed)
CD 162 in Lt. Sage with Amber tinting around the skirt (amber added to light sage).