Ultramarine Bleu De Garance Outremer De Guimet &c The





unrivalled qualities of native ultramarine prepared from the lapis

lazuli rendered it most desirable to obtain an artificial compound

which, while possessing similar properties, could be produced in

quantity, and at a less costly rate. In demolishing some furnaces

employed in making soda, by means of decomposing sulphate of soda, some

earth had been found impregnated with a light blue, which was proved to

have so close a resemblance to ultramarine as to foster hopes of

success. As a stimulus, there was offered a prize of six thousand francs





Ultramarine Because It Produces By Combinations Tints Almost As Fine Ultramarine New Blue Permanent Blue Gmelin's German facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmail

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