Shellac, melted and run into sticks as large as quills. Used for joining glass, earthenware, etc.; the edges are heated sufficiently to melt the cement, which is then applied, and the joint is made while the heat lasts.
Tears of gum mastic employed in the same way.
Shellac, 2 parts; Venice turpentine, 1 part; fused together and formed into sticks. Used as the preceding.