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Jean HELLOT L'art de la teinture des laines, et des étoffes de laine, en grand et petit teint. Avec une instruction sur les débouillis

Jean HELLOT

L'art de la teinture des laines, et des étoffes de laine, en grand et petit teint. Avec une instruction sur les débouillis

chez la veuve Pissot et Jean Thomas Herissant, Paris 1750, fort in 12 (17x10,5cm), xix (5) 631 pp., relié.


First Edition. Full brown calf iced contemporary. Back to nerves tooled, red morocco title. A dull corner. Tail cap and lower edge redone, also headbands. A snag with slight lack in the room title. Scuffs on the boards. This is the first such treaty on how to dye wool and most important work of the author, Jean Hellot (1685-1766) Analyst renowned chemist and an industrial chemist. This is a practical treatise, which details the preparations and discusses techniques, and was a huge success thus in Europe where it was applied everywhere. Hellot was appointed Inspector General of dyeing the kingdom in 1740 and the treaty seems to be the result of his observations. Similarly, he was later appointed to the Vincennes porcelain factory where he invented the formula of turquoise (blue Hellot) used for the first service commissioned by Louis XV. Ex dono manuscript Bourgoin cadet illustrates dyer to Gaudrecourt Parisian chateaux Bravure ... --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information!

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