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The change in color of the sulfur inlay to ivory has only added to its elegance of design. Blanket Chest Heirlooms has a beautiful example of sulfur inlay on blanket chests along with many other examples of Early American reproduction hope chests.Lovely Lingerie Chests Storing Your Fine Garments
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There has been a lot of confusion about the make-up of this material, its composition, methods of manufacture and the source of their color since then. Some of these inlays were found to be a type of allotrope of sulfur in 1977. Some years later another inlay type was found on eighteenth-century hope chest furniture,also ivory-colored, that did not contain sulfur.
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