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Ivory and related materials

O. Krzyszkowska

Ivory and related materials

an illustrated guide

by O. Krzyszkowska

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Published by Institute of Classical Studies in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Animal remains (Archaeology),
  • Ivory.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 101-103) and index.

    Statementby Olga Krzyszkowska.
    SeriesClassical handbook,, 3, Bulletin supplement ;, 59, Bulletin supplement (University of London. Institute of Classical Studies) ;, no. 59.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCC79.5.A5 K79 1990
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 109 p., 32 p. of plates :
    Number of Pages109
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1614160M
    ISBN 100900587628
    LC Control Number91155005

    ° za, "The History and Significance of the Schreger Pattern in Proboscidean Ivory Characterization" JAIC, , ° , r, "The Examination and Treatment of Ivory and Related Materials", IIC Conference, Adhesives and Consolidants, Reliable evidence of trends in the illegal ivory trade is important for informing decision making for elephants but it is difficult to obtain due to the covert nature of the trade. The Elephant Trade Information System, a global database of reported seizures of illegal ivory, holds the only extensive information on illicit trade available.

    Description. An impure black carbon pigment originally prepared from charred ivory or horns. Ivory black is a fine-grain, dense black pigment. Current formulations of ivory black usually contain a fine grade of bone black with some Prussian black contains about 10% carbon along with 84% calcium hydroxyapatite with smaller amounts of magnesium phosphate and calcium carbonate. Examination and Treatment of Ivory and Related Materials. Contributions To the IIC of Historic and Artistic Works. Carole E. Snow, Terry Drayman Weisser. .

    Ivory Materials and technology. Ivory is used to refer to the tooth or tusk of animals. These teeth or tusks are comprised primarily of a material called dentine which grows on the outside of the tooth. Cells inside the pulp cavity of the tooth, which is a hollow space inside the tooth, forms dentine. Natural ivory is no longer readily or legally available, as it is obtained primarily from elephant tusks, which now enjoy international protection. Ivory, however, is the best material known for piano keys. We present a hydroxylapatite–gelatin biocomposite that is chemically identical to natural ivory but with functional properties optimized to replace it.


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Horn, baleen and tortoise shell are all skin-based materials that have been used for similar purposes to bone and ivory (Figure 2). The Tagua nut, derived from certain palm trees native to South America, Micronesia and Africa, also resembles ivory, stains easily and can be.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Krzyszkowska, O. (Olga). Ivory and related materials. London: Institute of Classical Studies, (OCoLC) Nature Of The Materials And The Craftsmanship Of Late Roman Ivory, Bone, And Wood Chapter III. Catalogue And Analysis Of Figurative Relief Plaques And Veneer PanelsAuthor: W.

Stern. Bone-like materials (ivory, bone and antler) are made up of both organic and inorganic components. The major organic component is the fibrous protein collagen. This makes up about 25 - 30 % of these natural substances with most of the balance being made up of inorganic calcium phosphate containing small amounts of magnesium and carbonate.

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Book Cover (?) with Ivory Figures late 11th century Spanish. This panel originally may have served as the sumptuous cover of a sacred book. Incorporating a variety of costly materials and refined artistic techniques, it represents the kind of luxurious multimedia work much prized by medieval people.

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Start by determining if the piece is bone or ivory rather than a synthetic or other replica material. After that, you can examine it under a magnifying lens to easily differentiate between these two : K. ×Due to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, we are currently unable to offer the Request a Copy service.

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Ranging from absolutely affordable to extravagantly expensive, here are some of the most unusual bindings found on AbeBooks, from eelskin and ivory to copper and gold, to rubber. Ivory is a hard, white material from the tusks (traditionally elephants') and teeth of animals, that consists mainly of dentine, one of the physical structures of teeth and chemical structure of the teeth and tusks of mammals is the same, regardless of the species of origin.

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