Red Ochre is a pinch of earth and a ray of sunshine, shaped to the warmth of baked clay
This brown-red pigment—originally produced from ochre and used in cave paintings—was one of the first hues created by early humans, and continued to be used in pottery and dyes. The heated pigment was then used in Renaissance art and was named after the city-state in which it was produced, Sienna.
More recently, in 1999, the warm brown of the chestnut shell inspired the name of a Crayola crayon.
Red Ochre is a color that brings you back to your roots while enveloping you in aromatic spices.