drawer. Saturday , October 28th , 2017 - 03:12:35 AM
Many eighteenth-century Pennsylvania German furniture pieces, especially blanket chests, were decorated with sulfur inlay. This was done by first carving out a shallow decorative design into the wood chests using very sharp wood chisels. From there, molten sulfur was carefully poured into the incisions. This material, which was ivory-colored, was first mentioned in historical art literature in 1958.
However, the best results are achieved if color spray are used. High quality paints should be used both as the primer and the finish coat. Before you decide on such a way of painting be sure to have an extra, well ventilated room where you would paint your cupboards. It is also very important that you have some experience in painting with color sprays in order to prevent the paint from "running".
I set the quills side by side and demonstrate the differences, first breaking a cassia quill, with the ensuing loud snap when it breaks. Then I show the cinnamon quill, layered together, and how very easily it breaks and crumbles. With the ground version of each side by side, I ask the class members to smell the two; first the cassia that is the most familiar, and then the cinnamon. The startled reactions when they realize exactly how big a difference exists between these two spices, is quite rewarding.
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