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Postby FRBRIQ » Wed Oct 19, 2011 7:20 am

Here are some powders I inherited in pictures, may be someone on PPIO knows about those brands;
I use them with fat oil with a drop either therebentine or lavender to obtain the texture I want. They need to be grinded quite a long time at least 10/15 minutes.
They don't work as well with MX54. I have not tried alcohol first, I did know.

Anciennes poudres 4 .jpg
Dark carmin P7090/S
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Carmin F7089/S for porcelaine - 800°C
From Germany - Dr Kurt Rüger & Jos. F Günzel - SCHMELFARBEN G.m.b.H - NEU-ISENBURG
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They are at least over 50 years old
We had a discussion about how to use old paints powders.
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Re: old paints

Postby FRBRIQ » Wed Oct 19, 2011 7:22 am

FrBRIQUET wrote:Here are some powders I inherited in pictures, may be someone on PPIO knows about those brands.
I use them with fat oil with a drop either therebentine or lavender to obtain the texture I want. They need to be grinded quite a long time at least 10/15 minutes.
They don't work as well with MX54. I have not tried alcohol first, I did know.

Anciennes poudres 4 .jpg
Anciennes poudres 5.jpg
Anciennes poudres 3.jpg
We had a discussion about how to use old paints powders.

I really like them as the colours have more depth, specially the blue and carmin or purple.
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Re: old paints

Postby Lis Imholz » Thu Oct 20, 2011 3:54 pm

Bonsoir Francoise,

the company still seems to exist, here is the link to their website:
http://www.rueger-farben.de/home.seam

Kind regards,
Lis
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