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Handbook on Japanning - William Norman Brown. Japanning, as it is generally understood in Great Britain, is the art of covering paper, wood, or metal with a more or less thick coating of brilliant varnish, and hardening the same by baking it in an oven at a suitable heat. This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with. It originated in Japan-hence its name-where the natives use a natural varnish or lacquer which flows from a certain kind of tree, and which on its issuing from the plant is of a creamy tint, but becomes black on exposure to the air.
A handbook on japanning. For ironware, tinware, wood, etc. With sections on tin-plating and galvanizing. By. William n. brown. Handbook on japanning. Section I. Introduction. Section II. Japan grounds. Section III. Japanning or enamelling metals. The enamelling and japanning stove-pigments suitable for japanning with natural lacquer-modern methods of japanning with natural japanese lacquer. Footnotes: Section V.
Japanning, as it is generally understood in Great Britain, is the art of covering paper, wood, or metal with a more or less thick coating of brilliant varnish, and hardening the same by baking it in an oven at a suitable heat.
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Brown, William Norman. Note: London, Scott, Greenwood and son, 1913.
London scott, greenwood and son "The oil and colour trades journal" offices 8 broadway, ludgate, . D. van nostrand company 8 warren s. new york. Priming or Preparing the Surface to be Japanned 4. The First Stage in the Japanning of Wood or of Leather without a Priming 5.
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