chrysography









chrysography


chrysography [kri-sog-ruh-fee] ExamplesWord Origin noun

  1. the art of writing in ink made of powdered gold suspended in a small amount of glair or gum.
  2. the gold writing produced by this art.

Origin of chrysography From the Greek word chrȳsographía, dating back to 1850–55. See chryso-, -graphy Examples from the Web for chrysography Historical Examples of chrysography

  • For chrysography, or gold-writing, the tint was nearly what we call crimson.

    Illuminated Manuscripts

    John W. Bradley

  • The progress had been from mere “cheirography” to calligraphy; now it was from calligraphy to chrysography and arguriography.

    Illuminated Manuscripts

    John W. Bradley

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