If black sealing-wax is required, lamp-black or ivory-black is stirred in.
From the stones or kernels of peaches, cherries, and other similar fruits, treated as for ivory-black.
ivory-black or bone-black are superior to lampblack, but the latter will do very well for most purposes.
ivory-black is mixed with the gum to produce a black colour; and cinnabar or vermilion, to render the paste either brown or red.
For ebony, ivory-black; but for the common ebonised work lamp-black is generally used.
As the last; but adding with the ivory-black, &c., 14 to 28 lbs.
Ink answers very well for the purpose, and so does ivory-black; but Indian ink is too glossy to be serviceable.