115-Color Line Pen,Egyptian Blue 2.2oz.
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Egyptian Blue #115
Egyptian blue, also known as calcium copper silicate or cuprorivaite, is a pigment used by Egyptians for thousands of years. It is considered to be the first synthetic pigment. The pigment was known to the Romans by the name caeruleum. After the Roman era, Egyptian Blue fell from usage and the manner of its creation was forgotten. Egyptian blue is closely related to the other vitreous materials produced by the ancient Egyptians, namely glass and Egyptian faience, and it is possible that the Egyptians themselves did not employ separate terms to distinguish the three products from one another. The first recorded use of Egyptian blue as a color name in English was in 1809.

About Color Line
Color Line Pens contain ready to use enamels for glass or ceramics in a fantastic range of intense colours. For painting, airbrushing, screen printing, and more!

Technical Details
The firing range is from 700°C to 820°C (1300°F – 1510°F). All colours have extremely strong pigmentation, are lead-free and freely mixable to obtain further shades. They are homogenous and smooth in water based medium, environmentally friendly, and easy to use in exactly the required amount ensuring low wastage. All auxiliary products are also lead-free.

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115-Color Line Pen,Egyptian Blue 2.2oz.

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