Can anybody identity the shade of red on the pot in the picture?
A while back I got an Emile Henry piece and disliked the color, it was reddish-orange and called rouge. I have since realized that the reds have changed.
I have seen in person burgundy and I like it. I also have some cherry (cerise) pieces.
Is Brick exclusive to W&S and different then all the ofter reds, or is that color just called something different and actually matches another name of red for EH?
I have noticed that the black really does look like the darkest of greys now, and was wondering if anyone could tell me the difference between brick, the current rouge (modern classics line), the old "rouge", burgundy, cerise and pommaterra. Which are reds rather then reddish-orange? I like my reds red and my oranges orange. The in-between color reminds me of those markers that teachers would use to mark your mistakes in grade school and grade your papers.
I would really like to know what color the pot in the picture is also, and would love it if anyone could post pics of conflicting reds and name them in order.
If anyone has questions about cherry vrs burgundy, I can take a side-by-side pic of those two for you. Oh yes, and charcoal and the "modern classics" shade of orange and nougat. But I am most confused about the reds as there are so many of them.
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