The Wordcrafters Portable Light Table combines the
best features of a light box, an adjustable easel, and the
traditional slanted writing box. 16"x20" frosted plexi top locks shut for transport, swings up to 8 different slant positions. Hardwood case. A sturdy & comfortable handle makes transport easy. An 18" fluorescent fixture provides illumination. There is space in the box for calligraphic tools. Versatile enough to use at home & to transport to workshops or take on trips. This calligrapher's light table / light box is a time-tested design developed by a calligrapher and a woodworker. Wordcrafters Portable light table for calligraphers.
Weighs 8lbs 12oz.
N02-S9. Brause Set of 9 Nibs Widely used by professionals, the Brause Nibs are also the best calligraphy nibs for beginners. Stiff, durable high quality nibs from Germany. Oblique cut calligraphy nibs, with the reservoir on top. If you have a heavy hand, Brause Nibs will work well. You can't go wrong with these chisel edged dip nibs for Italic, Blackletter (Gothic/Old English), and other hands. (Bandzung)
Sizes in set:
N22. Ruling Pen Julian Waters, Gottfried Pott, Glen Epstein & many others are using ruling pens to produce expressive letters. This ruling pen is designed specifically for lettering.You vary the line width by tilting the pen.Wood handle with brass collar & writing unit.
***6/1/13*** This product is temporarily out of stock. It will not be available for approximately 2 months. Please place an order and we will reserve a pen for you.
These small wide mouthed glass containers with relatively heavy bases are ideal for holding gesso, ink or gouache.
Peter Thornton used a dampen dish to reconstitute prepared gesso in a gilding workshop that John attended. He put a piece of prepared gesso in one of these small shot glasses, added drops of water, and got the gesso to the correct consistency. He then applied the gesso to his quill or pen from the dappen dish.
S620-12. Dappen Dish - Box of 12 Box of 12 Dappen Dishes. List $18.50
Dappen Dish / Dampen Dish
These small wide mouthed glass containers with a relatively heavy base are ideal for holding gesso, ink or gouache.
Peter Thornton used a dampen dish to reconstitute prepared gesson in a gilding workshop that John attended. He put a piece of prepared gesso in one of these small shot glasses, added a drops of water, and got the gesso to the correct consistency. He then applied the gesso to his quill or pen from the dappen dish.
This knife has a snap off blade that allows quick replacement of the sharp edge. The blade is scored, so that when the cutting point of the blade dulls, it is easy to use the tool that stores in the handle to break off the dulled piece. Then you have a fresh point for precise cutting. Often called for in bookbinding workshop supply lists. (Also called a break-off knife.)