Stone and muller

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A stone and muller is a hand-operated tool used for mixing and grinding paint. The stone and muller was popular with artists and tradesmen from the late 18th through the 19th century.[1] A stone and muller differs from a mortar and pestle in that the former consists of two flat stone surfaces which are rubbed together to create a paste,[2] whereas the latter consists of a bowl and stick.

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ Goyne, pp. 155–156. Link.
  2. ^ Ure and Nicholson, p. 573. Link.

References[edit]

  • Evans, Nancy Goyne (2006): Windsor-chair Making in America, UPNE, ISBN 978-1-58465-493-3.
  • Ure, Andrew and Nicholson, William (1831): A Dictionary of Chemistry and Mineralogy: With Their Applications, Cole Collection of Chemistry, Fourth Edition, published by Thomas Tegg, London, and R. Griffin & Co., Glasgow.