I just bought a gorgeous used 1993 pink Elek Trick. It has the original #14 globe with it. The cap on the globe doesn't appear to have ever been tampered with, and it's the clearest liquid lamp I've ever received used. But the liquid has a champagne pink hue to it. The lava is perfect. Did some of these come like that, or is it just a fluke. It's much lighter than the liquid in my #04 pink Princess. Still it is a beautiful color, and I'm very pleased. I all ready have a normal #14 in my Zebra so I'm thrilled with the variation. I'd read where the #04 sometimes had pink lava, and was curious if anyone else had seen this before or knew why. Thanks.