Category: Japanners

Categories: Finishers

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Japanning is a type of finish that originated as a European imitation of Asian lacquerwork. It was first used on furniture, but was later much used on small items in metal. Originating in India, China and Japan as a decorative coating for pottery, it made its way into Europe by the 17th century. Ironware was japanned black, for decorative reasons. It was also used to render metal products rustproof.

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11 May 1900 Northcote, Victoria, Australia - 23 Apr 1989 photo
abt 1827 Middlesex, England, United Kingdom - 1879

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