Organic pigments are composed of carbon compounds. Before they were synthetically produced they were usually of animal and vegetable origin. Example of synthetic organic pigment: phthalocyanine (blue and green color range)
Inorganic pigments (of mineral origin) are metal compounds, for example oxides. Compared to organic pigments they are few in number. Examples of natural inorganic pigments are umbers, ochres and siennas as these are excavated from the ground. After excavation they are ground and washed and filtered based on granule size.
We offer the RAL K7 shades