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  1. Chinese Gold 24 ct

    Chinese Gold 24 ct

    Starting at: £21.00

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  2. Pearl Lustre Bronze Powder

    Pearl Lustre Bronze Powder

    Starting at: £6.20

    Pearl Lustre Bronze Powder Learn More
  3. Miniatum

    Miniatum

    Starting at: £12.50

    Size for high gloss gilding on paper, degreased vellum, leather and flexible surfaces. Learn More
  4. Miniatum Ink

    Miniatum Ink

    Starting at: £30.90

    Miniatum size in ink form, for raised calligraphic illumination and fine lines in gold and silver leaf. Learn More
  5. Kölner Instacoll Activator

    Instacoll Gilding System

    Starting at: £4.50

    Kölner Instacoll is a two-part system, consisting of a base coat and activator, that can be used on nearly all suitably prepared substrates to create weather-resistant, high gloss interior and exterior gilded surfaces. The Instacoll Tool is a double-ended tool with shaped tips made of elastic rubber, designed for pressing gold and silver transfer leaf into indentations when gilding uneven surfaces. The Instacoll Chiffonnette is an extra soft, lint-free cloth, used for polishing and burnishing surfaces gilded with Instacoll. Learn More
  6. Kölner Permacoll, Red

    Permacoll

    Starting at: £7.00

    Permacoll size dries within 15 to 30 minutes, and metal leaf can be applied hours or even days later. This product is designed to achieve decorative metallic finishes on surfaces that are not exposed to weather or excessive wear. It has more adhesive strength than Instacoll and is therefore particularly well suited for gilding with imitation metal leaf. The final surface is not burnishable. Learn More
  7. Deep 22ct

    German Gold Powder

    Starting at: £47.00

    Handcrafted, extra fine, genuine precious metal powders in a range of shades. These powders are produced using thin gold, silver and other precious metal leaf. A complex, manual process is undertaken to achieve the extremely fine-grained particle size of this extra fine powder. Learn More

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