Re: gum arabic
That's right :) Although it's not necessarily cheaper for me to order from the UK, rather than the US. Just a bit quicker. And I only found liquid gum arabic in my searches.
Christina Z. Anderson wrote:
Ohhh, that's right, you don't live in the US, but Iceland, correct? Get the Kordofan. Chris __________________ Christina Z. Anderson http://christinaZanderson.com/ __________________ ----- Original Message ----- From: "Laura Valentino" <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: <email@example.com> Sent: Thursday, January 15, 2009 10:23 AM Subject: Re: gum arabic Christina Z. Anderson wrote:Laura, What company, and what prices?L. Cornelissen & Son (www.cornelissen.com) Prices in GBP for 100g; 250g; 500g; 1kg: Gum Arabic (Kordofan) No. 1 — — 4.25 6.70 11.10 19.95 — — Gum Arabic (Nigerian) No. 3 — — 4.10 6.45 10.30 18.35 — — I have used already mixed gum from Bostick and Sullivan, and it's fine, but too expensive to ship the liquid stuff. I've also tried a powdered gum that was given to me and I have no idea the origin of, and it was fine too. So I'm not really being picky! I believe the stuff from Cornelissen is "lumps". I'm assuming it should be a high quality grade, since this is intended for fine art pigments. Laura