The best method, however, of imitating the yellowish tone of old paper is to stain the inlay with potassium permanganate.
This is actually done with the working drawing by the inlay cutter.
Fragments of shells are found as inlay on a wooden artifact ; for a description see the section on “Wooden Artifacts.”
With illustrations in colors, and inlay cover by George Wright.
For the process of inlay and incrustation, the splendid Eastern pearl called gold fish is used.
This will make a groove into which the edge of the inlay will disappear.
With illustrations and inlay cover picture by Harrison Fisher.
The inlay is also pasted and the edges inserted in the incision.
Further, they often patch together pieces of this kind of inlay.
We may admire the dexterity of the inlay but deplore the design.
inlay in·lay (ĭn'lā', ĭn-lā')
A solid filling, as of gold or porcelain, fitted to a cavity in a tooth and cemented into place.
A graft of bone, skin, or other tissue.
An orthomechanical device inserted into a shoe.