Oak apples have been used since ancient times for making ink, painting wool and silk.
Historical ink can easily be made with oak apples, gum and iron sulphate. Iron sulphate is irritating, so you can also choose to make a brew of rusty iron nails and possibly an extract of blue wood.
Material: oak apple
No hazard symbols, safe in normal use
This product is handmade on the Zaanse Schans in a traditional Dutch paint mill from 1782. This is the only remaining windmill in the world that still grinds paints. In Holland, mills were traditionally used for grinding paint pigments.
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