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S950. Topolino Magnetic Stirrer
S950. Topolino Magnetic Stirrer.

If you address envelopes with metallic ink, this little machine is for you. All metallic inks have a settling problem. When you first start working, it takes a lot of shaking to get the metallic color evenly mixed in the ink. While you are working, you have to regularly stir the bottle to keep the pigment evenly dispersed. This ingenious device provides a fine solution. You place a Teflon-coated magnetic stir bar in a wide-mouthed jar, pour in your metallic ink, and set the jar on the platform of the magnetic stirrer. Turn the dial on the magnetic stirrer, and, as if by magic, your ink is stirred! Leave your ink in the wide-mouth jar with the Teflon-coated pellet, and next time the machine will quickly and effortlessly stir your ink for you. No batteries; the stirrer plugs in. Because of its flat design, you are not limited to one jar size. Includes one magnetic stir bar.
(Additional bars, see item S951.)

A range of magnetic stirrers are available, but this one seems best for calligraphers: It is small and won’t take up a lot of space in your work area. It is simple to operate, has no unnecessary features, and is modestly priced (for a magnetic stirrer).



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S1040. Soap - The Calligrapher's Magnetic Stirrer
S1040.Soap - The Calligrapher's Magnetic Stirrer

The world's first magnetic stirrer made for calligraphers! This gorgeous little stirrer operates on 2 AAA batteries (included; will power machine for about 10 hours). Measures a compact 100 x 60 x 41 mm (approx. 4 x 2 1/4 x 1 5/8 inches). The stirrer comes in a gift box and includes 1 glass bottle, 2 mix bars (one large, one small), and a velvet traveling pouch. The stirrer will work with any jar with a base 1.5" or smaller.

Choose color:
Dead Sea Clay (pale grey)
English Rose (pale pink)

Downloadable Product Fact Sheet

Click HERE to see a video of the stirrer in action.



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S951. Magnetic Stirrer Bars (pack of 5)
S951. Stirring Bars. Pack of 5. Coated with a Teflon-like material. For use with the Topolino Magnetic Stirrer.


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BL15.2. Bound & Lettered Vol. 15, No 2
BL15.2. Bound & Lettered Vol. 15, No 2

Look inside this issue (cover, table of contents, selected pages).

Les Calmars
by Lorna Mulligan
The Calligraphic Poster Project
by Carol DuBosch
Monogram Magic
by Mikhail Medvedev
Lost for Words
by Fiona Dempster
Seven Scribes | Seven Words
by Maureen Squires and Carol DuBosch
Likeable Lombards
by Eunice Preston
Conversations with the Zhen Xian Bao
by Paula Beardell Krieg
Using a Magnetic Stirrer for Metallic Ink



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