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  1. Agate Burnisher No 12 Series 1

    Agate Burnisher No 12 Series 1

    £16.00

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  2. Agate Burnisher No 13 Series 1

    Agate Burnisher No 13 Series 1

    £16.00

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  3. Agate Burnisher No 20 Series 3

    Agate Burnisher No 20 Series 3

    £24.00

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  4. Agate Burnisher No 21 Series 2

    Agate Burnisher No 21 Series 2

    £19.00

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  5. Agate Burnisher No 22 Series 3

    Agate Burnisher No 22 Series 3

    £24.00

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  6. Agate Burnisher No 24 Series 3

    Agate Burnisher No 24 Series 3

    £24.00

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  7. Agate Burnisher No 25 Series 3

    Agate Burnisher No 25 Series 3

    £24.00

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  8. Agate Burnisher No 27 Series 2

    Agate Burnisher No 27 Series 2

    £19.00

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  9. Agate Burnisher No 30 Series 3

    Agate Burnisher No 30 Series 3

    £24.00

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  10. Agate Burnisher No 32 Series 1

    Agate Burnisher No 32 Series 1

    £16.00

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  11. Agate Burnisher No 34 Series 1

    Agate Burnisher No 34 Series 1

    £16.00

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  12. Agate Burnisher No 37 Series 1

    Agate Burnisher No 37 Series 1

    £16.00

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  13. Agate Burnisher No 39 Series 3

    Agate Burnisher No 39 Series 3

    £24.00

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  14. Agate Burnisher No 45 Series 2

    Agate Burnisher No 45 Series 2

    £19.00

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  15. Agate Burnisher No 47 Series 1

    Agate Burnisher No 47 Series 1

    £16.00

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  16. Agate Burnisher No 48 Series 2

    Agate Burnisher No 48 Series 2

    £19.00

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  17. Agate Burnisher No 13 Short Handle Series 1

    Agate Burnisher No 13 Short Handle Series 1

    £16.00

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  18. Agate Burnisher No 21 Short Handle Series 2

    Agate Burnisher No 21 Short Handle Series 2

    £19.00

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  19. Haematite Burnisher No 21 Short Handle

    Haematite Burnisher No 21 Short Handle

    £85.00

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  20. Lipstick Haematite Burnisher Short Handle

    Lipstick Haematite Burnisher Short Handle

    £60.00

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  21. Roberson Liquid Metal Brush

    Roberson Liquid Metal Brush

    Starting at: £12.00

    A high quality multi-purpose golden synthetic fibre brush with plain wood handle and rustproof steel ferrule. This brush was originally developed for use in our testing laboratory and has been specifically designed for use with the Roberson Liquid metal range. The micro fine synthetic bristles ensure a high class smooth finish not available with normal acrylic brushes. It is also excellent for applying both acrylic and solvent based varnishes. Learn More
  22. Cornelissen Squirrel Flat Lacquer

    Cornelissen Squirrel Flat Lacquer

    Starting at: £15.00

    Extra soft brush for varnishing or lacquering. Also useful for watercolour washes. Learn More
  23. Shepherds Paste Brush

    Shepherds Paste Brush

    Starting at: £7.80

    Soft round domed hog hair. Bound with string instead of metal ferrule (will not rust). Suitable for application of pastes for bookbinding and laying down of gesso. Learn More
  24. Cornelissen Squirrel Mop

    Cornelissen Squirrel Mop

    Starting at: £14.20

    Traditional high quality soft hair mops with considerable colour carrying capacity. Useful for laying down large washes. Also used by gilders for tamping down gold leaf and for dusting. Learn More
  25. Cornelissen Ox Flat Lacquer

    Cornelissen Ox Flat Lacquer

    Starting at: £12.50

    Soft but springy hair. For varnishing or lacquering. Also useful for watercolour washes. Learn More
  26. Cornelissen Tamping Brush

    Cornelissen Tamping Brush

    Starting at: £15.95

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  27. Roberson Gilders Tips

    Roberson Gilders Tips

    Starting at: £18.70

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  28. Cornelissen Gilders Tips

    Cornelissen Gilders Tips

    Starting at: £17.00

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  29. Clear Dewaxed Shellac

    Clear Dewaxed Shellac

    Starting at: £9.20

    Shellac is a natural resin that is deposited by the female lac insect on the branches of trees in India and Thailand. It is soluble with alcohol, but not with mineral spirits or turpentine. It forms a tough yet flexible film, with many applications. It is suitable as a top coat for gilding when applied thinly, a sealant for porous surfaces, an isolating layer for tempera paintings, a base for pigmented inks, a protective layer for collograph plates, and a warm varnish for wooden floors and furniture. As it is prone to darkening with age, it is not recommended as a varnish for oils, and its solubility can reduce over time. There are various grades of shellac. When mixed with alcohol, it may initially form a cloudy mixture, due to traces of wax in the shellac, but this should become clear once it has dried. The highest grades of shellac are Clear Dewaxed Shellac, which has been de-coloured using the carbon filtering method, Lemon Shellac, and Orange Shellac, which are pale in colour. Button Shellac is less refined and therefore produces a reddish varnish. It was, in fact, widely used as a red dye before synthetic dyes became available. Learn More
  30. Gum Ammoniac

    Gum Ammoniac

    Starting at: £18.60

    Gum Ammoniac is a natural tree sap. It is commonly used as an adhesive for gilding in calligraphy, as it allows for fine detailing and precise strokes. To make your own gilding size, cover a few lumps of gum in water and leave to soak overnight. Large pieces can be broken easily, so as to be fully covered by the water. In the morning, stir the resultant milky liquid, and strain. As the size hardens quickly, it is important to wash any nibs or brushes thoroughly and frequently to preserve their condition. Learn More

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