Jun Gin Dei Tetsubachi ( Pure silver paint 古梅園 純銀泥 鉄鉢 )

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Jun Gin Dei Tetsubachi ( Pure silver paint  古梅園 純銀泥 鉄鉢 )

Jun Gin Dei Tetsubachi ( Pure silver paint 古梅園 純銀泥 鉄鉢 )

Price
¥6,600JPY

Product information

SIZE ( container ) : Width:65mm Length:65mm Thickness:15mm 

Weight ( including box ) :80gram

Material composition:  Pure silver: 2 grams, Glue:0.1grams

This is a paint made of pure silver and glue. It is used for writing silver letters, etc.

Trace the surface of this silver paing with a thin brush tip dipped in water, and the silver paint will adhere to the brush. In this way, you can write silver letters.

Depending on your experience, you can write about one and a half sheets of sutra paper (about 460 mm x 270 mm) with this amount of gold paint.

This paint contains pure silver. Be sure to confirm importation with your country's customs office before purchasing. We, Ichi inc., and Kobaien are not responsible for any inquiries regarding importation or delivery by the purchaser.

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