Antimonial dust is a by-product of lead smelting and an important material for extracting antimony. A new pyrometallurgical process for producing antimony white from the antimonial dust is reported. The process mainly consists of three steps, which are reduction smelting, alkaline refining, and blowing oxidation. First, the reduction smelting of antimonial dust is carried out in an oxygen-rich bottom blow furnace to enrich antimony and lead in the crude alloy. The antimony and lead contents in the slag can thus be reduced to 2.8 wt.% and 0.1 wt.%, respectively. Second, the conventional method of alkaline refining is adopted to remove arsenic from the crude alloy, and arsenic content in the low-arsenic alloy could be decreased to 0.009 wt.%. Finally, the low-arsenic alloy is oxidized in a special oxidizing pan at 650°C by blowing compressed air or oxygen-rich air on the surface, during which qualified antimony white can be produced and collected in a bag house. The oxygen concentration and antimony content in the bottom alloy have a significant impact on production efficiency and product quality during blowing oxidation.