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Benishinsya Red [KP.p]; Iwa-enogu; Iwaenogu; IWA-Enogu® [KP.p]; Iwaaka Carnation Red [KP.p]; Iwabeni Scarlet [KP.p]; Iwahi Red [KP.p]; Iwamomo, pink [KP.p]; Iwashikou Crimson [KP.p]; Kibeni Orange [KP.p]; Shinsia, blackberry [KP.p] "The English form of the Latin word porphyrites, used by the Romans to designate a certain rock having a dark-crimson ground through which are scattered small crystals of feldspar.In Pliny's time this rock, quarried in Egypt, was used extensively for architectural and ornamental purposes, and especially for the base or lower part of busts To the Italians it became known as porfido rosso anlico.
The links will take off site where you can find more specific paint, binder, and pigment properties, including MSDS sheets or a retailer that stocks that brand of paint or pigment. See the Key at the bottom of any page for the artist media or binder company codes and links to the brands websites.So: What red flags did you see — and perhaps ignore — that did indeed turn out to be signs of real problems once you were on the job?Or, even if you didn’t see red flags while you were interviewing, can you spot some in retrospect that you wish you had recognized?NOTE: Chinese Cinnabar; Chinese red; Cinnabar [GEN | KP.p | NP.p]; Cinnabar (Coarse) [NP.p]; Cinnabar dark [KP.p]; Cinnabar SHINSYA [KP.p]; Cinnabarite; Cinnibar; Cold Cinnabar (Coarse) [NP.p]; Llimpi Merkurblende; Mercurblende; Minium; Natural Cinnabar [KP.p]; Natural Cinnabar Monte Amiata [KP.p]; Nium; Pigment Red 106; Quecksilbersulfidrot; Sulfur Red Mercury; Vermeil Zinnober; Vermillion; Vermilion [o,p]; Warm Cinnabar [NP.p]* light fastness seems to be affected by sulfides, hydrothermal silica, preparation and impurities.(Mineral Reference); According to the Pigment Compendium, 2008 Cinnabar based pigments only darken when they contain traces of chlorine or exposed to halogens.