or-molu defined in 1909 yearor-molu - Or-Molu;
or-molu - - The or-molu of the brass-founder, popularly known as an imitation of red gold, is extensively used by French workmen in metals. It is generally found in combination with grate and stove work. It is composed of a greater portion of copper and less zinc than ordinary brass, is cleaned readily by means of acid, and is burnished with facility. To give this material a rich appearance, it is not unfrequently brightened up after "dipping" by means of a scratch brush the action of which helps to produce a very brilliant gold-like surface. It is protected from tarnish by the application of lacquer.
near or-molu in Knolik
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