For marbling books or paper, dissolve four ounces of gum arabac in two quarts of water, and pour it into a broad vessel.
The right point has been reached when the marbling is distributed evenly.
The above outlines will also suffice for the marbling section of the manual.
From it springs the art of marbling, which in latter years was introduced into our trade.
The preparation of ox-gall to be used in marbling is simple.
It is an obstacle to marbling, that the gall mixes so easily with the size.
The table upon which marbling is to be executed must be firm and immovable.
This is to be placed, while marbling, immediately to the left of the first trough.
We will commence with "comb" marbling, also known as "feather" marbling.
Marbling can only be done in a warm room where the temperature is equable and where there is no dust.