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Tyrian Purple, genuine

Order number: 36010

Imperial Purple

 
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25 mg (glass)
Order number: 36010.10025.303 107.00 USD *
4,280.00 USD * / 1000 mg Prices plus NY Sales Tax plus shipping costs
 
 
250 mg (glass)
Order number: 36010.10250.303 1,015.00 USD *
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Tyrian Purple, genuine

Imperial Purple

The royal red of antiquity is named after Pupura Lapillus, the shellfish which excretes the purple dye, also called Tyrian dye. Traditionally adorning the robes of emperors, kings and chief magistrates, 1 gram of this dye is made from the secretion of 10.000 of these large sea snails. Since ancient times Purple has been used for dying wool, cotton and silk. One can use the dye directly from the shellfish for this procedure. The pigment made from this natural dye is called Tyrian Purple or Imperial Purple. It can be used for painting.
  • Chemical description Natural 6,6´-dibromindigo with impurities. Natural Violet 1, C.I. 75800
  • ColorIndex NV 1.75800
  • Suitability Acrylics, Oil, Tempera, Watercolor / Gouache
  • Color Violet
  • Form powder
  • Solubility in water insoluble

Tyrian Purple, genuine

Imperial Purple

The royal red of antiquity is named after Pupura Lapillus, the shellfish which excretes the purple dye, also called Tyrian dye. Traditionally adorning the robes of emperors, kings and chief magistrates, 1 gram of this dye is made from the secretion of 10.000 of these large sea snails. Since ancient times Purple has been used for dying wool, cotton and silk. One can use the dye directly from the shellfish for this procedure. The pigment made from this natural dye is called Tyrian Purple or Imperial Purple. It can be used for painting.
 
 

 

WARNING: Exercise care when using dry pigments. Do not eat, drink or smoke. Avoid breathing dust. Use a NIOSH-certified dust respirator. Wash hands immediately after use. If creation of dust is likely, wear protective clothing.

 

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Tyrian Purple, genuine

Imperial Purple

The royal red of antiquity is named after Pupura Lapillus, the shellfish which excretes the purple dye, also called Tyrian dye. Traditionally adorning the robes of emperors, kings and chief magistrates, 1 gram of this dye is made from the secretion of 10.000 of these large sea snails. Since ancient times Purple has been used for dying wool, cotton and silk. One can use the dye directly from the shellfish for this procedure. The pigment made from this natural dye is called Tyrian Purple or Imperial Purple. It can be used for painting.
 

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