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Definition of Smalt
SmaltSmalt Smalt, n. [It. smalto, LL. smaltum; of Teutonic origin;
cf. OHG. smalz grease, butter, G. schmalz grease, OHG.
smelzan to melt, G. schmelzen. See Smelt, v. t., and cf.
A deep blue pigment or coloring material used in various
arts. It is a vitreous substance made of cobalt, potash, and
calcined quartz fused, and reduced to a powder.
Meaning of Smalt from wikipedia
gl****—known as "smalt
" when ground
as a pigment—is a deep blue coloured
compound, typically cobalt oxide
- was powdered smalt
(cobalt gl****) used in laundering
applications, and it then came to be used as a colour
name from 1894. Smalt
has a deep,...
- paint. Transparent
gl****es are tinted
with the silica-based cobalt pigment smalt
blue in impure forms
had long been used in Chinese
- are placed. Next to the pilasters
and to the right
of the smalt
labradorite. This combination
- News Online, 15 March
2016 "Stoltenberg skrev
tale til Utøya da bomben smalt
" [Stoltenberg was writing
when the bomb exploded]. Dagsavisen...
m****cripts. Another common
was made by grinding
gl**** into a fine powder. It made...
- a pigment. It has been used since
Ages to make smalt
, a blue-colored gl****. Smalt
of roasted mineral
- impure cobalt
was used to prepare smalt
and to stain
gl**** blue. The first recorded
use of zaffer
as a color
- or mauve
tint. A pale blue colour could
also be obtained
via the use of smalt
, although Elizabeth
I took against
- scents. By 1866 many colours
were available: gold (using mica), blue (using smalt
or verditer), black
(using lamp black), white
(using lead white), yellow...
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