This is the single vial available of this exact color. Future similar colors will be offered, but I can’t guarantee an exact match. Sometimes the rock used is only large enough to make a small amount of pigment, and the other rocks of similar colors are just enough different to warrant giving the smaller single one it’s own vial. This is one of those rocks.
This is a ‘washed’ pigment, meaning the whole ground rock was added to water. The heavier portion that settled right away are what I call ‘heavies’. The lighter, finer particles that stay suspended are allowed to settle and the water discarded. These are what I call the ‘lites’. Lites are generally smoother then heavies, but the heavies are not always gritty. It depends upon the rock source.