Cured, Uncut Goose Quills
Prepared and heat treated to a proper hardness for cutting
A smaller, thinner, version of the Splitting Knife, for delaminating board, and many other uses.
This is a design recommended to me by others over the years.
8″ x 7/8″ x 1/4″
6 5/8″(length) x 1/2″(width) x 3/8″(thickness)
17 cm x 1.25 cm x .65 cm
The thin, rounded end is flexible and sensitive. Unsurpassed for applying direct non-damaging pressure, such as with small repairs with Japanese tissue (“domed” tip down, use it like a fingertip — or flat side down also works well), and sensitive application of localized pressure, generally. Also excellent for delaminating labels or other items.
6 1/2″(length) x 7/16″(width ) x 3/8″(thickness)
16.5 x 1.2 cm x .65 cm
The MICROSPATULA is ideal for manipulating very small pieces or places, or for delaminating smaller items. The tip has a very small spatula shape. A flexible and sensitive tool for very small area manipulations, delamination, or pressure application.
6 1/2″(length) x 3/4″(width) x 3/8″(thickness)
16.5 cm x 1.9 cm x .9 cm
The workhorse of Teflon implements for book and paper and leather work. Ultimate in useful working faces and edges, sized for full hand gripping in delicate or forceful applications.