The history of plasticine

 August 10, 2017 – 08:26 pm

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The first plasticine saw the light in the 19th century. The question is, who created plasticine is still controversial. Since in Germany it is considered that this is Franz Kolb, and in the UK, William Harbut. They both patented this invention, Harbut received a patent in 1899, and Kolb in 1880.

The public still considers William the author of plasticine.

In the beginning, Harbut called plasticine, as a clay that will never dry out. This clay was loved not only by artists, but also by the children of William himself. Children liked clay so much that they decorated the whole house with fakes from it.

The first clay was gray and the formula for its manufacture is still a secret. When plasticine first went on sale, it already had four colors, and subsequently we need plasticine clay to produce different colors.

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