Potter's Pink is the lightfast pink that was used in English watercolor painting of the 18th and 19th centuries. Also used in ceramic glazes, it is romantic rose pink, delicate and neutral - a beautiful counterpoint for brighter, more saturated colors. We've recently found a new batch of the pigment, chrome aluminum stannate, which is stronger in hue and tinting strength.
Complimentary colors are:
Cobalt Teal Blue