特制青墨 Qing Mo Qing Black Oil Soot Inkstick

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Decorated with Chinese poetry.

  • Decorated with Chinese poetry.
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the most famous quality inks in China – learn more  

Materials

Oil soot black inks are good for both calligraphy and painting, the black is deep, sophisticated, bright while not overwhelming. High grade inks may have added aromatic oils such as musk and borneol, Chinese medicinal ingredients or gold leaf.

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Product Size 9.7 × 2.8 × 1 cm
Product Weight 33
Shipping size 3.82 × 1.1 × 0.39 cm
Shipping weight 0.07 g
SKU ink-ohkwtzqm01-5466
asin B01N6AB62I
asinusa B01N6AB62I
UPC 601285835235

Recent discussions in: 青墨 Qing Black

  • I used this inkstick on the Xuan paper 3388 plus. I was impressed with its effects. Doesn’t bleed as much as the paper and ink stick I bought from Chinatown. The ink stick is beautifully made. In an article I read on inkston these were individually hand painted by craftsmans. The inkstick and box it came with smelled nice and I suspect it was incensed. It also came with a small golden envelope of sample Xuan which was really thoughtful. The ink that was grind from the stick also smell really nice. I love smelling the ink which is really silly of me. The cheap Chinatown varieties smell awful and just can’t compare. The Chinatown varieties smelled like something that’s rotted and gone bad, the color no matter how thick I grind the stick is never dark enough, and it’s extremely roughly made. This is inkstick was extremely satisfying

    • Thank you very much for your nice feedback! 🙂 The box is not incensed. The nice smell is from the materials contained in the inkstick. 🙂 This is why you also find the ink has the same nice smell when you are grinding it. 🙂 Each inkstick has different recipe. Therefore, the smell varies a bit from inkstick to inkstick.

1 review for 特制青墨 Qing Mo Qing Black Oil Soot Inkstick

  1. I used this inkstick on the Xuan paper 3388 plus. I was impressed with its effects. Doesn’t bleed as much as the paper and ink stick I bought from Chinatown. The ink stick is beautifully made. In an article I read on inkston these were individually hand painted by craftsmans. The inkstick and box it came with smelled nice and I suspect it was incensed. It also came with a small golden envelope of sample Xuan which was really thoughtful. The ink that was grind from the stick also smell really nice. I love smelling the ink which is really silly of me. The cheap Chinatown varieties smell awful and just can’t compare. The Chinatown varieties smelled like something that’s rotted and gone bad, the color no matter how thick I grind the stick is never dark enough, and it’s extremely roughly made. This is inkstick was extremely satisfying

    • Thank you very much for your nice feedback! 🙂 The box is not incensed. The nice smell is from the materials contained in the inkstick. 🙂 This is why you also find the ink has the same nice smell when you are grinding it. 🙂 Each inkstick has different recipe. Therefore, the smell varies a bit from inkstick to inkstick.

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