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One is whether or not there are alternating colors in the core, and another is the appearance of the core itself, specifically how well defined the lattice is.
Solid Core Swirls come in several different forms, though the one pervasive trait all have is that the core appears solid, with no or at the very most minor openings.
Another factor that may positively affect the value of a Transparent Swirl is if it is from the end or beginning of the cane.
End-of-cane examples have a design that terminates somewhere inside the marble without reaching the other side; since they are the last marble off the cane there will only be one pontil, and it is from this that the design originates.
Now and then the strands will be divided, typically into three different sets.
The color of the core is white, yellow, orange, red, green, and blue, in increasing order of rarity.
Divided Core Swirls have, as the name indicated, a core comprised of separated bands.
Examples with a left-hand twist are also more highly prized but often go undetected; these marbles have a twist to their design that goes to the right of the viewer, rather than to the left as is much more common.Like Latticinio Swirls, Solid Core Swirls almost always possess an outer design that most often consists of alternating colored bands or sets of typically white and/or yellow strands.When strands occur at equidistantly spaced intervals and are very close together all the way around the marble, the marble is considered "caged." "Naked" specimens lacking the outer layer are not uncommon.Latticinio Swirls are the most common type of hand made glass marble.Compared to most other handmade marbles, Latticinio Swirls have little value, though there are several factors that can increase their value, other than large size and/or rarity of colors (especially core color).