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NEPTUNALIA - DISCONTINUED

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Full size jar with sifter
The Neptunalia, on July 23, honored Neptune as the god of the seas and water. In the middle of the hot and dry summer season, when water was most scarce, Romans sought Neptune's protection for the irrigation and aqueducts. To do this, they went out to the fields and forests and built small huts called umbrae (shades) or tabernaculi (tabernacles) out of leafy Laurel (Bay) branches. They would celebrate with wine, spring water and the sacrifice of a bull.

Color Description: Neptunalia is a vivid aqua green, with a satin finish base. There are bright gold and aqua sparks throughout.

Contains: Contains: mica (CI 77019), carnauba wax, titanium dioxide (CI 77891), tin oxide (CI 7786), ultramarines (CI 77007), blue 1 lake (CI 42090), yellow 5 lake (CI 19140), synthetic fluorphlogopite

Size: Packaged in clear jars with sifter, 1.6 gm net wt jars

NOTE: While we have made all attempts for photographs to accurately depict colors, photography unfortunately does not accurately reveal the depth and interplay of color and effect of these shadows. Also, please note that variations do exist between different computer monitors.

 

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