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The Creation of Color in Eighteenth-Century Europe by Sarah Lowengard
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paint colors from the Wedgwood Museum
wedgewood museum colours - soft autumn?
Scandinavian Soft pastel color combos omg, love these colours
http://www.wedgwoodmuseum.com/collections/search-the-collection/object/tray-of-jasper-trials On 1st January 1775 Wedgwood declared himself ‘absolute’ with his white jasper adding that he also had, ‘a beautifull Sea Green, and several other colours’, and that he was confident of being able to make pieces from the largest size to the smallest gems for rings.The name jasper, given to this new body, probably took its name from the natural mineral, which like its ceramic counterpart could range through a variety of colours. It took nearly 3,000 individual trials to perfect jasper, one of Josiah’s most important contributions to world ceramics. #color #purple #green #natural #wedgewood #jasper
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The Creation of Color in Eighteenth-Century Europe
soft mineral with a pop of vibrant turquoise and deep earth. via The Barn on Sweetwood