Peerless Watercolors/Dry Spot 5 Spotting Col., Student Kit37320

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    • £19.85 inc VAT
    • £16.54 + £3.31 VAT

Peerless retouching colors are manufactured since 1885 in New York. Peerless was the first manufacturer who invented retouch colors which are applied as a dry dye on cardboard leaflets. Just moisten a brush and dab some color from the leaflet. The leaflet are long lasting.

Color crystallizes at some point if not used for a longer time which actually is no harm to the product. It looks a little like snow on the leaflet but once in contact with moisture the color dissolves just the same.

Complete kit comes with: 5 Leaflets: "Warm Sepia", "Lamp Black", "Ivory Black", "Pearl Grey", "Black Opaque" plus retouching brush.

The perfect spotting set for students to use for the semester!
This conveniently packaged kit includes a small but ample swatch of all five
Peerless Dry Spotting Dyes, a 00 spotting brush and plastic pallet for mixing colors.

Excellent alternative to liquid retouch dyes.
Do not fade and do not change color when heated.

  • Each color can be used individually or in combination with other colors for spotting any black & white print.
  • Colors are acid free and 100% non-toxic.
  • Created from mineral dyes, and do not have the harsh ingredients contained in pigment colors.
  • Handmade in Wisconsin using the same age-old technique that was developed in 1885.
  • Liquid dyes are the very same watercolor dyes as the dry sheets dyes.
  • Colors include: Lamp Black, Ivory Black, Black Opaque, Pearl Gray, Warm Sepia
  • Black Opaque is for retouching Black & White neutral/cold tone prints and filling pinhole in Litho Film
  • Lamp Black is for retouching Black & White neutral tone prints.
  • Ivory Black is for retouching Black & White neutral/warm tone prints
  • Warm Sepia is for retouching Black & White and Sepia prints.
  • Pearl Gray is for retouching Black & White neutral/cold tone prints.

 

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