ivory black is made from ivory and bone charred to blackness.
A variety of substances may be used, such as fine soot or ivory black, ultramarinep.
French Gray—White, tinted with ivory black, the mixture warmed with a pinch of vermilion.
It is very useful to use with ivory black or elsewhere, to slightly modify a reddish tendency, and is a fine glazing color.
Mix a quarter of a pound of ivory black, six gills of vinegar, a table-spoonful of sweet oil, two large spoonsful of molasses.
The first is sold under the name of animal charcoal; the second as bone or ivory black.
The colour may be changed by mixing a little white lead, whiting, or ivory black, with the Spanish brown.
When melted, add lamp or ivory black to give it a good black color.
The colors used are raw and burnt sienna, raw and burnt umber and ivory black.
ivory black may be prepared upon the small scale, by a well regulated ignition of the ivory dust in a covered crucible.