The dyer's instructer (Google eBook)

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Contents

Darker Shade of California Colour
13
Fawn Drab
14
Dark Fawn Drab
15
Madder Drab
16
Fuller Shade of Madder Drab
17
Dark Shade of Madder Drab
18
Blue Slate Colour
19
Crane Blue
20
Fancy Bloom
21
Silver Drab
22
Redder Shade of s Silver Drab 24 Very Light Shade of Drab
23
Light Drab Yel lower Shade than No
24
Full Grain Rose
25
Vicuna Drab 27 Redder Shade of Vicuna
26
Light Yellow
27
Fine Red Laven
28
Light Olive
29
Greener Olive
30
Redder Shade of Olive
31
Dark Olive
32
Darker Green Olive
33
Dark Green Olive Chromed
34
True Olive
35
Vant Colour near Canary Colour
36
Light Brown
37
Middle Brown
38
Darker Brown
39
True Brown
40
Light Green
41
Moss Green
42
Good Bottle Green Chromed
43
Invisible Green
44
Bottle Green True Colour
45
Violet or Mulberry
46
Fine Claret
47
Darker Claret
48
Russian Brown
49
Dark Brown
50
a Lae Scarlet 51 b Full Pink
51
Wine Colour
52
Royal Blue
53
Grain Crimson
54
Grain Scarlet
55
Clarets 52 Ruby 53 Plum Colour 54 Maroon 55 Blue Purple 56 Full Purple
56
Dark Olive
57
Saxon Blue 58 Flat Royal Blue
58
Bright Royal Blue
59
Victoria Blue 61 Napoleon Blue 62 On Bleaching Cotton
60
How to spend Catechu 64 How to make the Spirits for Cotton Dyeing purposes 65 On Steeping 66 How to spend Annotta 67 How to spend Tur meri...
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SILK DYEINGPage
64
Full Yellow
65
Lavender No 2
66
Bark Yellow 7 Turmeric Yellow 8 Orange Colour
67
Grain Scarlet 11 Sky Blues from Extract
69
Sky Blues from Prussiate
70
Mazarine Bine 13 B French Blue 14 Roval Blue 15 Blue Black
72
Common Full Black 17 Browns of different Shades
73
Dark Browns of different shades 19 California Browns and Olive 20 Red Browns or Claret Browns 21 Another mode of Dyeing Red Browns 22 Acid...
74
Dyeing Clarets Chocolates
77
Olive 29 Purples 30 Maroons
79
Ruby 33 Daunce Black 34 Violet 36 Light Green
81
Middle Green 38 Dark Green 39 Bottle Green
83
Fast Green with a Blue bottom 42 Light Olives of different Shades
84
Flesh Colour or Buff 44 Salmon
85
Gold Colour
86
Orange
92
Canary Colour 59 Sky Blue 60 Saxon Blue
112
WORSTED YARN DYEING Page
118
Red Purple 3 Full Red Purple 4 Royal Blue 5 Grain Maroon 6 Mock Crimson 7 Claret 8 Light Vicuna
120
Oak Drab 11 Bottle Green 12 Apple Green
122
Knot Green 14 Sea Green 15 Dark Sea Green 16 Mock Maroon 17 Green Olive 18 Dark Olive 19 Dahlia
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Ruby 21 Apple Green
125
Invisible Green 23 Bottle Green 24 Brown Olive
126
Green Olive 26 Canary Colour 27 Full Yellow
127
Orange 29 Grain Crimson 30 Rose 31 Pink
128
Imitation of Indigo Blue
129
Royal Blue 2 Dark Royal Blue
149
Good Logwood Blue 49 Logwood Blue 50 Yarn and Woollen Piece Dyeing
157
New mode of Dye ing Logwood Blues
158
DAMASK DYEING Page
159
Salmon and White 4 Salmon
160
fi Rose Colour 6 Rose Colour 7 White and Ponque Colour
161
Ponque 9 Grain Crimson 10 Grain Crimson
162
MOREEN DYEINGPage
176
Dark Sky Blue 3 Full Orange 4 Light Orange 5 Full Grain Scarlet 6 Grain Scarlet
177
Light Lac Scarlet 1 Full Lac Scarlet 9 Light Yellow 10 Full Yellow
179
Straw Colour 12 Buff
180
Light Salmon 36 Full Salmon
189
Buff or Nankin 4 Straw Colour 5 Flesh Colour 6 Safflower Pink 7 Light Pink
190
Scarlet 9 Light Cinnamon Brown
191
Green and Yellow 9 Green and Salmon 10 Saxon Blue and Rose Colour
195
Sky Blue and Pink 12 Sky Blue and Pink another way 13 Blues and Crim sons of different Shades 14 Green and Crim sons 15 Dark Blue
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Orange
198
Dark Blue and Light Orange
199
Ruby and Blue
200
Yellow and Blue 19 Orange and Blue 20 Scarlet and com mon Blue 21 Coffee and Royal Blue 1 Scarlet 9 Fawn Drab 17 Dark Purple
201
Light Orange
204
Saxon Blue 18 Another Mode
207
Darker Shade of Light Brown 11 Dark Shades of Brown
208
Claret Brown
209
Snuff Colour 36 Full Black
212
Fast Drab 16 Fast Blue 17 Lavender t 18 Lilac 19 Silver Drab 20 Good Light Drab 21 Fuller Shade
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Light Yellow 9 Light Orange 17 Claret Brown 2 Full Yellow 10 Full Orange 18 Dark Brown
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Saxon Blue 14 Bottle Green 22 Royal Blue
217
Grain Crimson
218
Blue Black
222
No 20
226
Yellow and Blue 3 Orange and Blue 4 Crimson and Blue
229
Ruby and Blue 5 Lavender and Pink 7 Green and Pink 8 Lavender
230
Light Olive
235
SILK STRIPED ORLEANS FROM BLACK WHITE AND COLOURED WARPS Page
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Red Brown from
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Purple Warp 5 Dark Claret from Black Warp 6 Chromed Brown from Purple Warp 7 Claret Brown from Claret Warp 8 Dark Claret Brown COLOUR...
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Green from White Warp 22 Solid Grain Pink from White Warp
245
Light Brown 2 Chromed Brown 3 Claret 4 Dark Claret
249
Blue Claret 6 Violet
250
Adelaide 8 Dark Claret Brown
251
Dark Brown Olive 10 Green Olive
252
Darker Green Olive 12 Chromed Green
253
Invisible Green 14 Blue Black 15 Full Black
254
COLOURED ORLEANS AND COBOURGS FROM WHITE WARPS Page
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Coffee Brown
256
Coffee Browu 4 Light Claret 6 Middle Claret
257
Dark Claret 7 Chromed Claret 8 Adelaide
258
Mulberry 10 Apple Green
259
Light Olive 12 Dark Green Olive
260
Brown Olive 14 Dark Green
261
Invisible Green 16 Red Claret 17 Red Brown
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Dark Brown 19 Silver Drab 20 Dark Silver Drab 21 Stone Drab 22 Madder Drab 23 Lavender Drab 24 Pink
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Sea Green 26 Sky Blue 27 Full Black
267
Salmon 7 Grain Rose
270
Light Orange 9 Yellow 10 Grain Scarlet
271
Sea Green
272
Bottle Green 16 Invisible Green 17 Chromed Green 18 Chromed Invisible Green
273
Purple 20 Light Chromed Purple
274
Violet
275
Ruby 23 Maroon 24 Light Claret 26 Middle Claret
276
Full Claret 27 Dark Green Olive 28 Brown Olive 29 Full Red Brown 30 Dark Coffee Brown 31 Adelaide
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Mulberry 33 Light Sky Blue 34 Dark Sky Blue
279
Lavender 36 Red Lavender 37 Madder Drab 38 Full Drab 39 Silver Drab 40 Blue Black 41 Full Black
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WOOLLEN SHAWL DYEING Paoe
282
Light Rose 4 Full Rose 5 Light Salmon 6 Full Salmon
284
Melon 8 Yellow
285
Yellow Buff 11 Light Buff 12 Full Buff
286
Another Mode
288
Red Brown Stan dard
290
Yellow Fawn Drab 47 Fawn Drab
294
LavenderStandard 13 Sulphate of Indigo 14 Blue Standard 15 Bloom Pink Stan dard
295
Prussiate of
296
Mock Crimson 18 Black
297
To make Acetate of Copper
298
Lilac
299
Second Shade Stone Drab
300
To Pad Cinnamon
301
To Pad Estariazer Colour 34 To Pad Slate Col ours
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Flat Drab 49 Heavy Drabs 50 Slate Drab 51 Bronze Drab 52 Another mode
305
Light Puce 42 Slate Drab 43 Sage Drab 44 Red Cinnamon Brown
310
Darker Olive 24 Dark Olive
316
Scarlet
320
Dark Brown 46 Dark Red Brown 47 Grain Scarlet
321
Salmon 49 Sky Blue 50 Saxon Blue 51 Dove Colour
332
Dyeing Drabs
335
Full Black Dyeing Purples
352
NATURE AND USE OF DYEWARES Page
355
Light Silver Drab 20 Full Silver Drab 21 Light Fawn 22 Darker Fawn
360
EXAMINATION OF WATER BY TESTS
363

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Page i - THE DYER'S INSTRUCTOR: Comprising Practical Instructions in the Art of Dyeing Silk, Cotton, Wool, and Worsted, and Woollen Goods : containing nearly 800 Receipts. To -which is added a Treatise on the Art of Padding; and the Printing of Silk Warps, Skeins, and Handkerchiefs, and the various Mordants and Colors for the different styles of such work. By DAVID SMITH, Pattern Dyer, 12mo., cloth...
Page 291 - Colours, and how they are mixed. It is difficult, however, to convey to any person not acquainted with matching, the nicety of bringing up the particular hue required. It can be obtained only by practice. NB— Though there are many different colours or tints in the works of nature, and also in objects produced by art, yet all the colours that we see, or can imagine, are formed of only three colours, called the primary colours, viz.
Page 291 - JBy adding more blue to the mixture, we make violet. Brown, lilac, drab, grey, and other colours or tints, are in the same manner formed by mixing the primary colours. White is perfect lightness, or the absence of all colour, and black is perfect darkness. Properly speaking, white and black are not colours, but they are seen both in nature and art. Snow gives us one of the best examples of whiteness ; and pure linen and cotton cloth and paper are likewise very white. White is sometimes called blank,...

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