Archive Colours from Fired Earth make a real statement in paint
    
 

Archive Colours from Fired Earth make a real statement in paint

To celebrate their thirtieth birthday, Fired Earth have taken inspiration from their extensive library of paint pigments and launched the Archive Colours range of paints.

Made up of six of their favourite dazzling paint colours, each one makes a real statement. The new paints are pigment-rich and are made using a high-tech Super formula, which, says the company, ensures outstanding quality and performance.

Jazz Cafe

Jazz Cafe

 

Mad King George

Mad King George

 

Hansel & Gretel

Hansel and Gretel

 

Eton Mess

Eton Mess

 

Terracotta Warrior

Terracotta Warrior

 

Delia's Secret

Delia's Secret

 


Each of the paints features a quirky and evocative name ...

Jazz Cafe is a lucid and brilliant blue, the colour of this vibrant music.

Mad King George is an absolute gem of an emerald green and, while it's vintage, it is also perfectly on-trend now.

Hansel and Gretel is a soft pink reminiscent of the detailing on the gingerbread houses in the much-loved tale by the Grimm brothers.

Eton Mess looks almost good enough to eat and is the exact colour of strawberries mixed with cream.

Terracotta literally translates as Fired Earth and Terracotta Warrior takes its influence from Chinese history.

Delias Secret is a beautiful fiery hue, reminiscent of our favourite spices, saffron, cumin and turmeric.

   

You can find your nearest stockist on the Fired Earth website here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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