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A Study on the Conservation of Lady Shim's Costume Excavated in Jecheon Province
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 Title & Authors
A Study on the Conservation of Lady Shim's Costume Excavated in Jecheon Province
Park, Bong Soon; Lee, Mok Kun; Chang, In Woo;
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 Abstract
This paper studies the conservation treatment of Lady Shim's costume, which was excavated in Jecheon Province in 2012. There were the significant problems, which were encountered in the treatment of the costume ; First the Jeogoris were transformed during the excavation, Second fibers were seriously deteriorated, Third most of the fabrics such as Chusa were readily deformed. To overcome these problems and to secure stability in the conservation treatment, we decided to alternate between two different washing methods ; dry cleaning by n-hexane and wet cleaning by water. The costume shape was recovered by steaming and by swelling with Hanji(Korean traditional paper). The combined cleaning method proved to be relatively efficient and stable. In addition, the shape of Chusa was well preserved by dry cleaning.(using n-hexane also solved the problem of bad smell after washing with organic solvents.) The effects of the conservation treatment on the excavated costumes could be seen in the change of Lab color difference. Washing made the distribution of Lab color difference narrower, which may suggest that the impurities on the fiber was removed by washing. In addition, the value of L was greater than a-value and b-value after the treatment. This result indicates that the change of value represents the change of color difference by cleaning.
 Keywords
dry cleaning;Hanji: korean traditional paper;n-Hexane;Lab color difference;the excavated costume in 18.19th centuries;wet cleaning;
 Language
Korean
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