Dragon + Wood Ink Brush

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Dragon + Wood Ink Brush

65.00

1 of 1 in the collection

This beautiful, over-large brush was hunted and found while traveling in the beautiful region of Guilin, China. The handle is a sturdy cherry wood, emblazoned with an expertly carved dragon that wraps around the handle. The brush head is made of a course yet sturdy goat hair.

Ink brushes (simplified Chinese: 毛笔; traditional Chinese: 毛筆; pinyin: máo bǐ) are used in Chinese calligraphy as well as traditional ink painting. The ink brush was invented in China around 300BC and together with the inkstone, inkstick and Xuan paper, these four writing implements form the Four Treasures of the Study.

This brush is large enough to be used as fine duster for the home, an inking brush or can be admired for it's beauty as an object.

Dimensions 15 x 3 inches. 

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