jeweller's rouge


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jeweller's rouge

n
(Elements & Compounds) a finely powdered form of ferric oxide used as a metal polish. Also called: crocus See also colcothar
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A Jeweller's rouge can be bought from jewellers' stores or their suppliers.
Ivory would be polished by a sort of sandpaper, called flour paper, then given an application of powdered pumice, and polished once more with putty powder or jeweller's rouge.
If it is not toughened glass you might be able to remove the scratch youself by buffing it up with some jeweller's rouge.