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  • Panes metálicos
    4 Variants
    Panes metálicos
    from 10,20 €
    shiny, very good quality, th = app. 0.5 µm, loose, with tissue paper intermediate sheets, comes in self-seal bag
  • Pan de plata
     
    Pan de plata
    from 12,30 €
    pure silver 1000/1000, shiny, very good quality, th = app. 0.25 µm, loose, with tissue paper intermediate sheets, comes in glassine paper bag
  • Pan de oro Transfer
    2 Variants
    Pan de oro Transfer
    from 47,00 €
    real gold leaf, shiny, very good quality, th = ca. 0.1 µm, comes on carrier paper with talcum powder, with tissue paper intermediate layers, comes in glassine paper bag
  • Acuarela de oro y de plata (shell)
    2 Variants
    Acuarela de oro y de plata (shell)
    from 37,50 €
    real gold or, as the case may be, silver, shiny, bound with arabic gum, water soluble, comes in plastic container
  • Set de panes metálicos
    3 Variants
    Set de panes metálicos
    from 23,20 €
    shiny, very good quality, th = app. 0.5 µm, with tissue paper intermediate sheets, includes 50 ml gilding size, 50 ml finishing varnish, 1 bristle brush, 1 pony hair brush, Art-Metal pen (glue stick), comes in...
  • Polvo de oro y de plata
    2 Variants
    Polvo de oro y de plata
    from 32,50 €
    real gold or, as the case may be, silver powder, silky lustre, lamina shaped, app. 8 µm, comes in plastic container with screw lid
Información sobre Pan de oro y pan de plata

Gold has been fascinating mankind to an incredible degree for time immemorial. Since its discovery in about 6000 BC, gold has been equated with power. Very early on, techniques for producing gold leaf were already developed which made possible the “encasing” of objects made from base materials with precious gold. They then gave the appearance of being made from solid gold but were naturally much more affordable and considerably lighter in weight.

Practically any material can be gilded but different types of preparation are required. Absorbent substrates must be sealed and metal surfaces must be free of corrosion, grease and the like before being coated with primer. Depending on the gilding medium or, alternatively, the gilding technique, an adhesive coat must be applied whereon the precious metal is to be adhered.

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