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Journal of Conservation Science 2010;26(1):13-24.
Published online March 20, 2010.
부여 능산리사지 출토 누금세공 유물의 제작기술 연구
이선명, 남궁승, 김연미
A Study on Handiwork Technique of Filigree Artifacts Excavated from Neungsan-ri Temple Site in Buyeo, Korea
Sun Myung Lee, Seung Nam Kung, Yeon Mi Kim
초 록
부여 능산리사지 출토 누금세공 유물 4점을 대상으로 기초적인 재질특성과 미세조직을 분석하여 각각에 대한 제작방법을 살펴보았다. 이 결과 모두 22.7K 이상의 비교적 높은 순도를 나타냈으며 일부 유물에서는 금과 은이 일정 비율로 합금된 상태를 보였다. 표면을 장식한 금선은 0.2~0.8mm 두께를 보이고 다양한 단면형태를 나타냈다. 금입자는 2개 또는 3개가 접합되어 부착된 상태로, 0.3~0.8mm의 직경을 나타냈다. 금세선과 금입자의 표면 접합부에서는 땜의 잔재가 관찰되었으며 성분분석을 통해 금 땜의 사용 가능성을 확인하였다. 또한 진사(HgS), 먹과 같은 안료를 감장하여 표면을 장식한 모습도 보였다.
중심어: 누금세공, 금입자, 금세선, , 진사, 제작방법
ABSTRACT
This study examined each handiwork method of 4 filigree artifacts from Neungsan-ri temple site in Buyeo, Korea through material characteristic and microstructure analysis. As a result, it was indicated that all of the artifacts have comparatively higher purity than 22.7K and some of filigree artifacts showed that gold is alloyed with silver at a certain ratio. Gold thread that decorates surface showed thickness of 0.2~0.8mm and displayed various forms of section. Gold granule indicated that 2 or 3 granules are adhered together and they are 0.3~0.8mm in diameter. Trace of soldering was observed from gold thread and gold granule joints on surface and it confirmed a possibility of being soldering using gold solder through componential analysis. Also, it reveals a surface decorated with pigments such as cinnabar(HgS) and black.
Key Words: Filigree, Gold granule, Gold thread, Soldering, Cinnabar(HgS), Handiwork method


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