Partially glazed stoneware, non-porous and stain resistant Chinese water dropper has two small holes, one to cover with a finger (creating a vacuum) and the other for the water to come out when your finger is released. Traditionally, water droppers are used so that only a few drops of water are added to the ink-stone at a time whilst mixing with the ink-stick. This calligraphy and painting accessory lets you finely control the thickness of the ink.
Hand made by Kura Studio in Perth, WA. co-founded by best friend duo Serena Pangestu and Anika Kalotay in 2017, Kura Studio believes that responsive design can turn day-to-day tasks into thoughtful moments. Kura, derived from the Indonesian word kura-kura, meaning tortoise. A tortoise moves slowly because it doesn’t need to move fast.
Kura Studio is a creative practice co-founded by Anika Kalotay and Serena Pangestu. Kura Studio believes that responsive design can turn day-to-day tasks into thoughtful moments.
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