Get Rublev Colours Pigments for Tempera – Natural Pigments

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Tempera paint powder is used as they come out of the jar & separate into different grades for special visual effects. Get rublev colours pigments for tempera online at Natural Pigments. Free shipping & best rates are available. Visit us now at www.naturalpigments.com

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Rublev Colours Pigments for Tempera | Tempera Paint Powder Rublev Colours pigments are made directly from mineral and organic sources. Our geologist who has many years experience selecting minerals for pigments travels to distant locations and hand selects mineral ores for use in our pigments. We process the minerals by pulverizing grinding and levigating for use as fine artis ts ’ pigments.

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Azurite 10g Azurite is a natural carbonate of copper usually described as a bright blue or sometimes as a greenish blue. Azurite varies in masstone color from deep blue to pale blue with a greenish undertone depending on such factors as the purity of the mineral and the grade particle size of the pigment. This fine grade average 25 micron particle size of azurite is a bright blue with a greenish undertone.

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Ultramarine Ash 50g Lazurite is a rare blue mineral found with other minerals in a rock called lapis lazuli. We buy select pieces from one of the oldest lazurite mines in Badakhshan Afghanistan. Pieces are finely ground and levigated to obtain the highestpurity.

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Lapis Lazuli 10g Lazurite is a rare blue mineral found with other minerals in a rock called lapis lazuli. We buy select pieces from one of the oldest lazurite mines in Badakhshan Afghanistan. Pieces are finely ground and levigated to obtain the highest purity.

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Vivianite 10g Vivianite is a rare mineral of hydrated iron phosphate that exhibits an intense dark blue color. Our vivianite comes from bogs around the Moscow region and has a dark blue masstone similar to indigo with a reddish blueundertone.

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Blue Bice 100g Blue bice is the name given to a pale blue artificial basic copper carbonate with approximately the same chemical composition as azurite. Blue bice was used in watercolors and distemper during the 17th and 18th centuries. Our blue bice is made according to an English recipe of the 18th century.

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