Square Water Dropper (Square Corners)
Handmade by Designer: Yan Song Bin and his wife 严宋赟
Weight: 68.5 grams
Size: 5 * 5 * 2.8 cm
Glaze: matt, the colour is light grey but also a bit bluish.
Special Feature: crackle glazing Guan Ware technique.
|Shipping: Standard||Standard shipping.|
|Product Size||5 × 5 × 2.8 cm|
|Shipping size||6.6 × 6.6 × 5 cm|
|Shipping weight||89 g|
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Recent discussions in: 水滴 (Shui Di) Water Dropper
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Charming ‘Porcelain Water Dropper’ for traditional Asian Scholar’s Desk, well~made, lovely, delightful.
Nice little water dropper, helps to regulate the amount of water I’m adding to the ink stone.
Very nice water dropper.
Piccolo e semplice oggetto che nasce per essere di aiuto
Da tenere sul tavolo con forma e colore della tradizione
Lo tratterò con cura
Efficient and beautiful water dropper
This little water dropper is handcrafted in China and works very well to moisten my colors and add to my inkstone. I like the fact that it is made by a craftsman.
I love my lotus leaf water dropper. It is beautifully made and makes me happy using it! Another lovely piece from Inkston and as always fantastic service.
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Marieke( verified owner)
Very beautiful to look at and works well. Way better then dripping water from a wet brush in the inkstone. It’s a bit hard to get the water in, best works to submerge it or fill it at the sink. Just dry it with a paper towel and it’s ready to go!