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Potters Pink Pigment

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Potter's Pink is an artificial mineral pigment produced by roasting tin oxide with various other oxides. It was first discovered in the pottery region of Staffordshire in the late-1700s, and in the following century Winsor & Newton introduced Potter's Pink into their watercolour range under the name "pink colour". It went on to become a popular addition to watercolour palettes, offering an opaque, lightfast colour with a weak tinting strength and a medium level of oil absorption.

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  • Potters Pink Pigment

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SKU Product Name Price Qty
LC12092E Pigment 50 grams Potters Pink
LC12093F Pigment 100 grams Potters Pink
LC12094H Pigment 250 grams Potters Pink
LC12095J Pigment 500 grams Potters Pink


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