This sounds like a beautiful lamp so don't take chances and take the shade off and take it into a VERY WELL KNOWN dry cleaners and have your lamp shade done the professional way. There are several methods you can use to do it yourself, but it's not worth the risk for such a beautiful lamp shade.
It was used to hang a fabric curtain to prevent food spattering on the wall behind.
First of all, the fur trade is history, not ancient history. They traded woven fabric, tin and brass kettles, beads, and tools for pelts, mainly beaver.
Eyelets are used to reinforce the strength needed for holes in fabric. Hope this helps ;) They're normally made of brass by the way ;)
There is no such thing as "high brass". Only brass and low brass, and sousaphone/tuba is classified as low brass.
Brass, Woodwinds, Percussion
Brass is sold by the pound as of Friday the 5th the price of Brass was $2 for Red brass and $2.15 for yellow brass.
because they are made of brass
the brass family is made out of wood :) no... they are made out of brass thats why its called the BRASS family
Brass is made from zinc and copper. Brass is a common metal that is useful for many things.
a brass capt. is in charge of the brass section of a band.
Brass is not magnetic, brass is a yellow color
There are many metals, brass is one of them.
Brass is in Brass :P Brass is an alloy, so its made out of different metals mixed togther. Most brass is 63% copper and 37% Zinc.
There are three types of brass that gears are made of. The three types of brass include: admiralty brass, Alpha brasses, and Alpha-beta brass.
A Coach checkbook wallet is made from real leather which feels very smooth to the touch. Any metalwork will be heavy and made of brass. The fabric inner lining will contain the Coach logo.
Burnished brass and antique brass almost look exactly the same. They are created by polishing unlacquered brass. This creates a chemical reaction that looks 'burnished' or 'antiqued'. Brass can also look like this after many years and be referred to as antique brass.
Real brass: a magnet will not stick to real brass. If it is brass plated/coated it may stick to it.
its easier and quicker for the zinc in the brass to react with the hydrochloric acid.
Because they're made of brass.
It depends on the alloy: 210 brass is 5% zinc, 220 brass is 10% zinc, 230 brass is 15% zinc, 260 brass is 30% zinc, and so on.
Brass makes Brass instruments for example, the Tuba, trumpet, euphonium,and trombone are ALL made of brass
Seriously? No, seriously? The trumpet belongs to the brass family because it is MADE of BRASS, as are all instruments in the BRASS family...