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Safety equipment for the studio and tools for grinding pigments

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  1. Disposable Vinyl Gloves

    Disposable Vinyl Gloves

    Starting at: £0.35

    Disposable Vinyl Gloves Learn More
  2. Dropping Bottle

    Dropping Bottle

    Starting at: £5.80

    Dropping Bottle Learn More
  3. Glass Dropper

    Glass Dropper

    Starting at: £1.40

    Glass Dropper Learn More
  4. Syringe


    Starting at: £1.20

    Syringe Learn More
  5. Agate Pestles and Mortars

    Agate Pestles and Mortars

    Starting at: £50.00

    Agate pestle and mortars are used by laboratories and artists requiring a harder material than porcelain in order to minimise the risk of contamination. *PLEASE ALLOW UP TO A FEW WEEKS FOR DELIVERY OF THIS ITEM* (telephone us for more information) Learn More
  6. Ceramic Pestles and Mortars

    Ceramic Pestles and Mortars

    Starting at: £30.00

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    Ceramic Pestles and Mortars Learn More
  7. Glass Pestles and Mortars

    Glass Pestles and Mortars

    Starting at: £36.50

    Glass Pestles and Mortars 100 or 150 mm diameter. Learn More
  8. Mixing Slab

    Mixing Slab

    Starting at: £19.95

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  9. Roberson Glass Mullers

    Roberson Glass Mullers

    Starting at: £33.10

    Roberson Glass Mullers are handmade, with an ergonomically designed top, using boro silicate laboratory glass to give maximum hardness. Learn More
  10. Cornelissen Glass Mullers.

    Cornelissen Glass Mullers

    Starting at: £24.50

    Cornelissen Glass Mullers are handmade using superior boro silicate laboratory glass; 40% harder, more heat resistant and offers better clarity than soda-lime glass. The base of each muller is ground perfectly flat, and sand-blasted to create a fine tooth surface to facilitate the grinding of pigments. The elegant tall handle features an ergonomically shaped top, to ease fatigue when grinding large amounts of pigment. Learn More
  11. The Artist's Handbook. A complete and professional guide to materials and techniques. Pip Seymour.

    Artist's Handbook


    By Pip Seymour. The Artist’s Handbook provides artists with in-depth, practical information on the materials, equipment and skills necessary for all areas of artistic practice. Topics covered include advice on how to select appropriate art materials, including paints, brushes, canvases and drawing materials; techniques for making your own paints, glue, varnishes and paper; advice on how to achieve the best results from both manufactured and hand-made materials; the best methods of storing and preserving finished artworks, and health and safety precautions. (520 pages) Learn More
  12. Painter's Handbook

    Painter's Handbook


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    By Mark David Gottsegen. A guide to artists’ materials as well as a thorough resource presenting techniques for using them and recipes for making them. (355 pages) Learn More
  13. Cornelissen Pigment Colour Chart

    Cornelissen Pigment Colour Chart


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    Cornelissen Pigment Colour Chart. 85 pigment samples displayed in a 6 page 300 gsm A4 booklet, including 'permanence' and 'colour index' references. Colour swatches have been made using a casein binder. Learn More
  14. Impressionists' Palettes of Light

    Impressionists' Palettes of Light


    Impressionists' Palettes of Light by Patricia Railing. This little book reproduces palettes by several of the plein-air Impressionist painters, describing the pigments used, and includes short excerpts by the scientists whose work was the foundation of the new painting – on complementary colours, optical mixing, and the pigment-colour correspondence. It closes with colour swatches of the pigments, provided by the London artists’ colourmen, L. Cornelissen & Son. Learn More
  15. The Boys Book of Trades and the Tools Used

    The Boys Book of Trades and the Tools Used


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    This is a facsimile of a book first published in the 1860's, "with numerous illustrations" covering 33 trades including: cabinet maker, painter, gilder, paper stainer, dyer and scourer. Learn More

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