116-Color Line Pen,Deep Sky Blue 2.2oz.
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Deep Sky Blue #116

Sky blue is the name of a colour, first recorded in English in the 1728 Cyclopædia of Ephraim Chambers. Prior to the Chambers reference, the colour had first been used in 1585 in a book by Nicolas De Nicolay where he stated “the tulbant of the merchant must be skie coloured“. The traditional name for this colour is Capri and was first used in English in 1920. The colour Capri in general is named for the azure-cyan colour of the Mediterranean sea around the island of Capri off Italy. Specifically, the colour Capri is named after the colour of the Blue Grotto on the island of Capri as it appears on a bright sunny day.

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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$19.50

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116-Color Line Pen,Deep Sky Blue 2.2oz.

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