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Egyptian Blue

Order number: 10060

blue copper silicate, < 120 µ

 
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10 g (jar)
Order number: 10060.12010.104 27.00 USD *
2,700.00 USD * / 1000 g Prices plus NY Sales Tax plus shipping costs
 
 
50 g (jar)
Order number: 10060.12050.104 117.00 USD *
2,340.00 USD * / 1000 g Prices plus NY Sales Tax plus shipping costs
 
 
100 g (jar)
Order number: 10060.12100.108 226.00 USD *
2,260.00 USD * / 1000 g Prices plus NY Sales Tax plus shipping costs
 
 
1 kg (jar)
Order number: 10060.13010.120 2,027.00 USD *
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Egyptian Blue

blue copper silicate, < 120 µ

Blue copper silicate, made by boiling quartz with copper and calcium. It is the first synthetic pigment we know of and was typical for the ancient cultures of Babylon and Egypt. It was used until the end of the Roman period in Europe. Based on glass frit, it is stable in lime and very fade-resistant.
  • Chemical description Blue copper silicate
  • ColorIndex PB 31.77437
  • Suitability Acrylics, Lime / Fresco, Ceramic, Oil, Tempera, Watercolor / Gouache
  • Color Blue
  • Form powder
  • Lightfastness medium 8 (1 is poor, 8 is best)
  • Lightfastness thinned 8 (1 is poor, 8 is best)
  • Lightfastness concentrated 8 (1 is poor, 8 is best)
  • Solubility in water insoluble (20°C)
  • Chemical Formula CaCuSi4O10

Egyptian Blue

blue copper silicate, < 120 µ

Blue copper silicate, made by boiling quartz with copper and calcium. It is the first synthetic pigment we know of and was typical for the ancient cultures of Babylon and Egypt. It was used until the end of the Roman period in Europe. Based on glass frit, it is stable in lime and very fade-resistant.
 
 

 

WARNING: MAY BE HARMFUL IF SWALLOWED.

 

 

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Egyptian Blue

blue copper silicate, < 120 µ

Blue copper silicate, made by boiling quartz with copper and calcium. It is the first synthetic pigment we know of and was typical for the ancient cultures of Babylon and Egypt. It was used until the end of the Roman period in Europe. Based on glass frit, it is stable in lime and very fade-resistant.
 

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