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Walnut ink is an ink made from the green husk surrounding the nut of walnuts. The black walnut Juglans nigra is usually used. The ink may be liquid or made of crystals that are mixed with water before use. It can be used to produce stains and darken paper to make it look older. The ink has good archival properties and was used by several great artists including Leonardo da Vinci and Rembrandt. An ancient use of walnut ink was to stain the hands of criminals in Romani communities. Once stained, it is impossible to wash off and remains in the skin for a long period of time.

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  • Walnut ink
  • Brou de noix
  • Nogalina
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  • Le brou de noix est un colorant naturel extrait de l'écorce de la noix. Il sert pour la teinture du bois, et pour la fabrication d'une encre brune, de teinte plus chaude que le bistre, qui s'emploie en lavis et parfois en calligraphie.
  • Walnut ink is an ink made from the green husk surrounding the nut of walnuts. The black walnut Juglans nigra is usually used. The ink may be liquid or made of crystals that are mixed with water before use. It can be used to produce stains and darken paper to make it look older. The ink has good archival properties and was used by several great artists including Leonardo da Vinci and Rembrandt. An ancient use of walnut ink was to stain the hands of criminals in Romani communities. Once stained, it is impossible to wash off and remains in the skin for a long period of time.
  • La nogalina es un colorante obtenido de la cáscara de la nuez. Se utiliza en ebanistería para teñir la madera, normalmente de nogal. De este modo del mismo árbol se extrae la madera y su tinte. Otro uso que se le da a la nogalina es el de sustituto de tinta china en pintura al agua dando excelentes resultados. La nogalina en escamas se extrae de las dos capas externas del fruto de la nuez —epicarpo y mesocarpo—. La envoltura verde de la nuez cambia de consistencia y color cuando la nuez madura. Se vuelve de un color oscuro. Es en esta fase cuando podemos extraer la nogalina.
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  • Le brou de noix est un colorant naturel extrait de l'écorce de la noix. Il sert pour la teinture du bois, et pour la fabrication d'une encre brune, de teinte plus chaude que le bistre, qui s'emploie en lavis et parfois en calligraphie.
  • La nogalina es un colorante obtenido de la cáscara de la nuez. Se utiliza en ebanistería para teñir la madera, normalmente de nogal. De este modo del mismo árbol se extrae la madera y su tinte. Otro uso que se le da a la nogalina es el de sustituto de tinta china en pintura al agua dando excelentes resultados. La nuez​ es el endocarpio o hueso del fruto, y su interior comestible es la semilla. El pericarpio o cáscara de las nueces verdes, conocido como nogalina o ruezno,​ es la parte externa del fruto, carnosa y verde; la cual, aunque no es comestible es, junto con las hojas, la parte más usada en fitoterapia por sus propiedades medicinales. La nogalina en escamas se extrae de las dos capas externas del fruto de la nuez —epicarpo y mesocarpo—. La envoltura verde de la nuez cambia de consistencia y color cuando la nuez madura. Se vuelve de un color oscuro. Es en esta fase cuando podemos extraer la nogalina. Cuando se extrae a altas temperaturas el aceite es empleado como base de ciertas pinturas y tintes.
  • Walnut ink is an ink made from the green husk surrounding the nut of walnuts. The black walnut Juglans nigra is usually used. The ink may be liquid or made of crystals that are mixed with water before use. It can be used to produce stains and darken paper to make it look older. The ink has good archival properties and was used by several great artists including Leonardo da Vinci and Rembrandt. An ancient use of walnut ink was to stain the hands of criminals in Romani communities. Once stained, it is impossible to wash off and remains in the skin for a long period of time.
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