C Roberson

C Roberson
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  1. C Roberson Varnish Low Gloss 250ml

    RRP: £16.70 £15.25

    From £0.06 per ml

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  2. C Roberson Shellac Varnish 250ml

    £14.50

    From £0.06 per ml

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  3. C Roberson Siccative 250ml

    £14.35

    From £0.06 per ml

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  4. C Roberson Rabbit Skin Glue Prep 500ml

    £16.65

    From £0.03 per ml

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  5. C Roberson Liquid Metal Paint

    From £7.20

    From £0.06 per ml

    Available in 7 colours
     & 2 sizes
  6. C Roberson Apron Natural Cotton Duck

    £8.25

  7. Omega Lily Varnish Brush Series 40

    From £5.95

    Available in 6 sizes
  8. C Roberson Picture Varnish Gloss 250ml

    £14.95

    From £0.06 per ml

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  9. C Roberson Liquid Leaf Gilding Paint 30ml

    £10.50

    Available in 5 colours
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  10. C Roberson Professional Glass Muller

    From £35.50

    Available in 3 sizes
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  11. C Roberson Treasure Gold Wax 25g

    £10.50

    Available in 6 colours
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  12. Cornelissen Rabbit Skin Glue

    £12.95

    From £0.05 per gram

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  13. C Roberson Exhibition Varnish 250ml

    £15.95

    From £0.05 per ml

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  14. C Roberson Retouching Varnish 250ml

    £15.25

    From £0.05 per ml

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  15. C Roberson Glaze Medium 250ml

    £15.35

    From £0.06 per ml

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  16. C Roberson Cold Pressed Linseed Oil 250ml

    £14.40

    From £0.06 per ml

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  17. C Roberson Acrylic Gold Size 60ml

    £8.15

    From £0.13 per ml

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  18. C Roberson Impasto Medium 120ml

    £17.95

    From £0.10 per ml

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  19. C Roberson Plaster of Paris

    From £8.95

    From £0.01 per gram

    Available in 2 sizes
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  20. C Roberson Metal Leaf 2.5 Transfer Pack of 25

    £9.95

    From £0.36 per sheet

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C Roberson

Charles Roberson was one of London’s leading colour-makers in the 19th century. Setting up in 1810, he sold his own preparations of colour from premises in Covent Garden, to a distinguished clientele that included Turner, Sargent and Whistler, as well as William Morris, Queen Victoria and later Winston Churchill. Over its 200 years, the company has branched out to make a wide variety of artists’ materials, from colours and mediums (many of them to the same formulations as Charles’s own) to pens, paper and craft kits.