ivory black


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ivory black

n.
A black pigment prepared from charred ivory.

ivory black

n
(Dyeing) a black pigment obtained by grinding charred scraps of ivory in oil

i′vory black′


n.
a fine black pigment made by calcining ivory.
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Noun1.ivory black - a black pigment made from grinding burnt ivory in oilivory black - a black pigment made from grinding burnt ivory in oil
pigment - dry coloring material (especially a powder to be mixed with a liquid to produce paint, etc.)
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But the United States has its own, very large ivory black market.
De Heem's La desserte," (71 1/4 by 86 15/16 inches), a modern construction measuring slightly larger than the Dutch master's original (58 1/4 by 80 inches), Baker retains the familiar palette of the old masters, consisting of transparent earth yellow, red, orange for minimal glazing and a combination of terre verte, yellow ocher, venetian red, cobalt green, ultramarine blue, ivory black, and flake or zinc white, while consciously and playfully making use of different degrees of cropping in order to amplify the larger-than-life objects in their larger-than-usual space.
You can purchase any tile in the market like say, Ivory black.
Also known as bone black, ivory black has been used since ancient times and is considered quite a "blue" black.