One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A deep red color, typically found on old Chinese porcelain.
- ‘Chinese porcelain with a monochrome lustrous blood red glaze known as sang de boeuf was regularly acquired by Paris's marchands merciers for mounting, especially during the second half of the eighteenth century.’
French, literally ‘ox blood’.
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