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Study of Characteristics for Red Adhesive in Traditional Gold Thread
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  • Journal title : Journal of Conservation Science
  • Volume 32, Issue 1,  2016, pp.43-49
  • Publisher : The Korean Society Of Conservation Science For Cultural Properties
  • DOI : 10.12654/JCS.2016.32.1.05
 Title & Authors
Study of Characteristics for Red Adhesive in Traditional Gold Thread
Kim, Ji Eun; Yu, Ji A; Han, Ye Bin; Chung, Yong Jae;
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 Abstract
Gold threads mean thread made by metal, it is composed various material to gold leaf, adhesive and media. The making technique and using materials of Gold threads are different from region, it can be used to distinguish country of origin. So this study finds characteristics and making techniques for flat gold threads of relics. Standard samples are made of animal glue, lacquer, red lacquer and etc. This materials are based on the scientific investigation of cultural gold threads properties. Then traditional techniques were estimated by comparison and analysis of actual cultural properties and standard samples. As a result of investigating cultural properties, it is similar to the standard sample which are mixed with red soil additives. After analysis of SEM-EDS, it is detected to Al, Si, Fe. So it is to the conclusion that traditional gold thread is made of adhesive mixed with red soil to improve gold color better. And this ways are similar with china that uses animal glue and red soil to adhesive and different from japan that uses lacquer to adhesive. Through this study, it will be used to data and reference for reappearance and making techniques of traditional gold threads.
 Keywords
Weave with Supplementary gold wefts;Flat Gold thread;Red Soil;Adhesive;Korea Traditional Manufacturing Technique;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
1.
오륜대 한국순교자박물관 소장 필첩 및 첩갑에 사용된 직물 및 염료분석,백영미;하신혜;배선영;이정은;권영숙;

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