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Shakudo je japanska slitina bakra i zlata, najčešće od 2 - 8 % zlata te 92 - 98 % bakra. Predmeti od ove slitine u pravilu su patinirani u crnu boju, te su dodatno ukrašavani umetcima od srebra, zlata, mjedi, bronce i bakra. Shakudo je korišten u izradi ukrasa za japanski mač - katanu.
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Shakudo

Shakudo

Shakudo je japanska slitina bakra i zlata, najčešće od 2 - 8 % zlata te 92 - 98 % bakra. Predmeti od ove slitine u pravilu su patinirani u crnu boju, te su dodatno ukrašavani umetcima od srebra, zlata, mjedi, bronce i bakra. Shakudo je korišten u izradi ukrasa za japanski mač - katanu.

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Dodatna literatura

  1. Wilson, H. Silverwork and Jewelery, London 1932.
  2. Sugimori, E. Japanese patinas, Brunswick 2004.
  3. Miklin-Kniefacz,S. Shakudo und Shibuichi. Einblicke in die japanische Goldschmiedekunst, članak u knjizi Metallkonservierung-Metallrestaurierung,Geschichte,Methode und Praxis,Wien 2009.
  4. Oguchi, H. Japanese Shakudo: Its History, Properties and Production from Gold-Containing Alloys. Gold Bulletin, 16, 4, 1983, pp. 125–132

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