R&F Encaustic Painter's Dozen Set

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RF1840
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Available for a limited time only! The R&F Encaustic Painter's Dozen Set includes 12 unique colors in ready-to-paint encaustic cakes. Experience the highest quality encaustic paints on the market with this curated collection of hues. Each cake is 40 ml.
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R&F Encaustic Paints are milled with time-honored methods using only 100% pure pharmaceutical grade filtered beeswax, Singapore-grade damar resin and a heavy pigment load. All of this results in the highest quality encaustic paints on the market. Join your fellow artists in discovering the beauty of the highly versatile medium known as encaustic painting.

Encaustic Painter's Dozen 12 Color Set - This encaustic color set is available only for a limited time! Includes a 40 ml. cake each of Alizarin Orange, Ancient Gold, Burnt Sienna, Chrome Oxide Green, Cobalt Blue, Indigo, Manganese Violet, Olive Yellow, Turkey Umber Pale, Titanium White, Ultramarine Blue Pale, And Unbleached Titanium. Each 40 ml. cake measures 1-1/4" x 2-1/2" x 3/4".

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New! Yes
Brand R&F
Series Encaustic Paints
Color Assorted
Color Family Assorted
No. 1840

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