Inkstick holder ( 墨ばさみ )

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Size: Large ( 墨ばさみ大 ) Width:24mm Length:125mm Thickness: 9mm

Inkstick holder ( 墨ばさみ )

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Inkstick holder ( 墨ばさみ )
Large ( 墨ばさみ大 ) Width:24mm Length:125mm Thickness: 9mm
Price
¥2,400JPY
Inkstick holder ( 墨ばさみ )
Small ( 墨ばさみ小 ) Width:22mm Length:105mm Thickness: 9mm
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¥2,200JPY
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Inkstick holder ( 墨ばさみ )

Inkstick holder ( 墨ばさみ )

Large ( 墨ばさみ大 ) Width:24mm Length:125mm Thickness: 9mm

Price
¥2,400JPY
Large ( 墨ばさみ大 ) Width:24mm Length:125mm Thickness: 9mm

Product information

This is a tool to make it convenient to grind small or originally small sumi inksticks.

It is made of ebony.

The size of sumi ink recommended for use with this tool is  size 1.5 ( Width: 21mm, Length 81mm )  inkstick or less than size 1 .

This inkstick holder does not come with an inkstick.

The inkstick used in this photo is the size 1/3 of 5 star Koukaboku inkstick (Width:13mm Length:52mm Thickness:5mm )

 

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