Tutenag & paktong

with notes on other alloys in domestic use during the eighteenth century
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Oxford University Press, H. Milford , [London]
Alloys., Metal-
Other titlesPaktong.
Statementby Alfred Bonnin.
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LC ClassificationsTS650 .B6
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, [1], 98 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6668112M
LC Control Number24020093
OCLC/WorldCa4574522

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bonnin, Alfred. Tutenag & paktong. [London] Oxford University Press, H. Milford, (OCoLC) Tutenag & Paktong. With notes on other alloys in domestic use during the eighteenth century. [With plates.]. Keith Pinn, author of Paktong: The Chinese Alloy in Europeinherited a collection of Tutenag & paktong book from his father to which he has added pieces and done extensive research resulting in this book.

Paktong, a rare Chinese alloy of copper, zinc, and nickel, was imported during the 18th century and used by European craftsman to make wares in Cited by: 1. Buy Tutenag and Paktong: With Notes on Other Alloys in Domestic Use During the Eighteenth Century by Alfred Bonnin (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Alfred Tutenag & paktong book. Tutenag & paktong, with notes on other alloys in domestic use during the eighteenth century, ([London] Oxford university press, H. Milford, ), by Alfred Bonnin (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) The metal worker's handy-book of receipts and processes.

systematic research on paktong is Alfred Bonnin’s treatise, Tutenag & Paktong, published in This work remained the only authoritative account of pak- tong. Paktong, an alloy of copper, zinc and nickel, was imported from China in limited quantities and known in 18th century England as tutenag or Chinese white copper.

These elegant, silver-form candlesticks are particularly well-preserved examples of a popular pattern. Metallurgical knowledge transfer from Asia to Europe Introduction Paktong is an alloy that can trace its roots in China to the 4th century AD. It is a blend of copper-nickel or copper-nickel-zinc alloy.

he name is derived from the Chinese “baitong”, meaning “white copper.” In Ming. Paktong: Information on this metal is in Tutenag and Paktong, by A. Bonnin, published at Oxford in Pewter was used for the making of domestic articles for everyday use; candlesticks, jugs, plates and dishes, tankards, spoons, etc.

And paktong was used to make candlesticks, fenders, grates and other articles. T he following are useful general basic reference works for specific metals and the objects made from them. IRON/STEEL. Campbell, M., Decorative Ironwork. V&A. An alloy of zinc, copper and nickel, closely resembling silver, of Chinese origin; any of a number of similar alloys developed in imitation of the Chinese product.

James Thomas Herbert Baily, The Connoisseur: an Illustrated Magazine for Collectors, VolumepageChinese export metalwork consists almost entirely of three categories.

Roth () Oriental Silverwork Malay and Chinese, first edition, plates, original pictorial cloth blocked in silver, spine ends very slightly frayed otherwise a stunning copy, § Bonnin (Alfred) Tutenag and Paktong, one of copies, plates, with 5 s.

from the author concerning Tutenag, Paktong and Matthew Boulton tipped in at end, original cloth, gilt, uncut. Paktong: Information on this metal is in Tutenag and Paktong, by A.

Bonnin, published at Oxford in [Bronze: Italian Bronze Statuettes (Estatuetas de bronze italianas), por W. Bode, em três volumes, publicada em é o padrão de trabalho.

The invention of Chinese paktong was well-known in ancient China from at least the fourth century AD and is considered to be one of the most important inventions in the history of metallurgy, facilitating economic and material exchange in the West during the th centuries. As recent investigations into the relevant archives of paktong show, it is recognized that the.

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See "Tutenag and Paktong," by Alfred Bonnin, Oxford University Press, Andrea Palladio () Founder of the style of architecture called Palladian which was based upon a free use of the classic styles adapted to the needs and feelings of the Renaissance period. Eternal Love (Chinese Edition) (Chinese) Paperback – March 1, by Tong Hua (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" $ $ $ Paperback $ 1 Used from $ 3 Author: Tong Hua. Tutenag also known as Paktong or German Silver is a mixture of copper, nickel and zinc and was greatly used in the manufacture of fire grates and has been known and used in Eastern India and China for a years it was exported to England and.

The Record of Diverse Technology was and continues to be referenced in an enormous number of publications concerned with the relationship between the typology of a vessel and the proportions of major elements in the metal, from Chikashige () to Sun ().Two principal formulae, Ye Shi (冶氏) and Zhu Shi (筑氏), were recorded.

The former one incorporated a Cited by: 6. German Brass should not be confused with German Silver, also known as Nickel Silver, Tutenag (India) and Paktong (China), and by many proprietary tradenames.

(12) Although it is silvery white when polished, Nickel Silver contains no real silver -. Silver.- Roth () Oriental Silverwork Malay and Chinese, first edition, plates, original pictorial cloth blocked in silver, spine ends very slightly frayed otherwise a stunning copy, § Bonnin (Alfred) Tutenag and Paktong, one of copies, plates, with 5 s.

from the author concerning Tutenag, Paktong and Matthew Boulton tipped in at end, original cloth, gilt, uncut. systematic research on paktong is Alfred Bonnin's treatise, Tutenag & Paktong, published in This work remained the only authoritative account of paktong's history in Europe until recently.

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The publication of Volume V, Part 2 of Joseph Needham's Science and Civilization in China in provided some. packfong — /pæk fɑŋ/, it. / pɛkfong/ s. ingl. [var. di paktong, dal cin.

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baitong rame bianco ], usato in ital. al masch. (metall.) [lega a base di rame, nichel e zinco] alpacca, argentana, argentone Enciclopedia Italiana. Packfong — El packfong (del chino, peh tung) es una aleación de cobre, níquel y zinc, parecida a la alpaca.

Apage from one of Boulton's books from the Soho factory in lists 22 "subjects into which it (paktong) may be manufactured". Most surviving paktong dates from the period. Candlesticks are often found in paktong but. paktong Part or all of this entry has been imported from the edition of Webster’s Dictionary, which is now free of copyright and hence in the public domain.

The imported definitions may be significantly out of date, and any more recent senses may be completely missing. Roth () Oriental Silverwork Malay and Chinese, first edition, plates, original pictorial cloth blocked in silver, spine ends very slightly frayed otherwise a stunning copy, § Bonnin (Alfred) Tutenag and Paktong, one of copies, plates, with 5 s.

from the author concerning Tutenag, Paktong and Matthew Boulton tipped in at end. paktong undertaken in recent years is Mr. Pinn's book. The present volume is beautifully designed and well written, and its illustrations are especially impressive. It consists of 12 chapters, the first six.

Paktong synonyms, Paktong pronunciation, Paktong translation, English dictionary definition of Paktong. A silvery, hard, corrosion-resistant, ductile, malleable alloy of copper, nickel, and often zinc, used in tableware and as a structural material for. At this time, China was the foremost world source of purified zinc, followed by India.

The Chinese called it wo ch’ien or pai ch’ien, and the Indians, tutenag. Most of the Chinese production was in the form of a zinc-copper alloy called paktong. Its export was illegal, because it was a currency metal. There was nonetheless a lucrative trade 4/5(32).

The barrel, frame and trigger guard made of tutenag (paktong), had a 1 3/8inch turn off barrel with London proofs at the breech, the signed frame. Cupronickel or copper-nickel (CuNi) is an alloy of copper that contains nickel and strengthening elements, such as iron and copper content typically varies from 60 to 90 percent.

(Monel metal is a nickel-copper alloy that contains a minimum of 52 percent nickel.)Despite its high copper content, cupronickel is silver in colour. Cupronickel is highly resistant to corrosion.

Lot | PAKTONG Paktong originated in China and is an alloy of copper ores with nickel and zinc. The metal was used by the Chinese for small table and decorative accessories for the domestic market.

However English makers, such as Matthew Boulton, saw the potential for making candlesticks and other goods from Paktong as the metal could be cast. Pair of George II Paktong Candlesticks from IDHOME England, circa £ Comparative Example 1 Comparative Example 2 A particularly fascinating part of the eighteenth century decorative arts relates to the little-known and often misunderstood so-called paktong silver, which in fact is not silver at all.

Paktong originated in China and is an alloy of.Most of the entries for books published before include a reference to "Hammond". This is J.R.R. Tolkien: A Descriptive Bibliography by Wayne G. Hammond with the assistance of Douglas A.

Anderson. It was published in by St. Paul's Bibliographies in the UK (ISBN ), and by Oak Knoll Books in the USA (ISBN ).