Song Light Creamy Pi Paper

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SKU: ink-sypzbs0-17976 Categories: ,
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This is fine 31.22 gsm paper, in 70 * 138 cm.

Available in pack sizes:

  • 25 sheets (0.75kg net weight)
  • 50 sheets (1.5kg net weight)
  • 100 sheets (3kg net weight)
Paper packs

25 Sheet Roll of large size – 1kg approx. shipping weight
50 Sheet "half-pack" 2kg approx. shipping weight
100 Sheet pack 4kg approx shipping weight

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Materials

bark of Paper Mulberry tree (Broussonetia papyrifera) used to make mulberry paper such as 温州皮纸 WenZhou Pi paper, known in Sumi-e as Washi.

青檀 Qīng tán is the Pteroceltis tatarinowii tree native to the Xuan town / Jing county area, also known in English as Wingceltis or Blue Sandalwood.
Qing Tan bark is the main ingredient for Xuan paper, the wood makes good timber, and the berries and oil are used in the making of ink.

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Paper size

138cm x 70cm (54.3×27.5inches, approx 1㎡, 1 sheet equivalent to 15 sheets A4 paper).  
[Red Star versions are labelled 138x69cm.]

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SKU ink-sypzbs0-17976
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Specially handmade paper with traditional recipes from Song Dynasty. It is very similar to Japanese washi paper. It is raw paper but it is very easy to control. It contains very high percentage of Pteroceltis Tatarinowii tree bark fiber.

It is light creamy colour. It is similar to light tea colour. The paper is like Song Gold Shimmer Pi Paper. The difference between these two papers are,

  1. the Song Gold Powder Pi Paper has gold shimmer powders while this Song Light Creamy Pi Paper does not have gold shimmer powders.
  2. the Song Gold Powder Pi Paper´s colour is more yellow while the Song Light Creamy Pi Paper´s colour is lighter and is more close to light tea colour.

 

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