Handbook on Japanning: 2nd Edition

For Ironware, Tinware, Wood, etc. With Sections on Tinplating and Galvanizing

Published: 1913
Language: English
Wordcount: 17,061 / 58 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 63.3
LoC Category: TT
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n polish as before described". "This," continues Mr. Dickson, "would at the best produce but a very pale blue enamel or a cream. It was afterwards made with flake white or dry white lead ground in turps only and mixed with the polishing copal varnish with the addition of tints as required, by which means a white of any required character could be produced."

BLUE JAPAN GROUNDS.

Authorities state that these may be formed from bright Prussian blue or verditer glazed over with Prussian blue or of smalt. By bright Prussian blue possibly a genuine Prussian blue toned down to a sky blue with white lead is meant, and by verditer the variety known as refiners' blue verditer, and as to smalt it must not be forgotten that it changes its colour in artificial light. Be that as it may, the pigment may be mixed with the shellac varnish according to the instructions already given, but as the shellac will somewhat injure the tone of the pigment by imparting a yellow tinge to it where a bright true blue is required, the

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