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Golden Japanese Calligraphy & Sumi Ink

Article: ILI001

Pure Golden Ink for Calligraphy Writing, Sumi-e and Fineline Painting

This Golden Ink is made of golden powder, and is a pure gold color often used for calligraphy writing. The ink dries quickly and does not dissolve in water after it is used. For further protection of your artwork, the ink also does not fade easily after your work is completed. This ink was originally made in Japan by the Kai Ming Plant Type Society, which was the first company to produce ink in Japan back in 1898.

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Volume: 3.4 oz / 100 ml

Colors: Golden

Usage: Japanese & Chinese calligraphy and sumi

Traditionally gold has been one of the most important colors in Chinese culture, and it still is today. Naturally, the color has been a favorite choice of Chinese artists since ancient times, and continues to be used prominently today. It is particularly effective when used on black or red paper because of the contrast it creates with the background.

Gold has long represented elite themes such as nobility, glory, luxury and magnificence in Chinese culture. Additionally, in ancient times it represented the emperor - who was the father of the country - and was often used in the emperors environment.

Liquid ink in golden color for Oriental brush painting and calligraphy - covering black or darker ink or creating stunnint effected on colored shuen or rice art paper

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