Reed of Seshat Bamboo Pen | Variegated Blue Wrapped Bamboo Dip Pen
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Variegated Blue Wrapped Bamboo Dip Pen – Reed of Seshat

$15.00 $11.25

Bring the power of Seshat, Egyptian goddess of knowledge and writing to your spellwork whenever you write with this unique hand carved bamboo dip pen.

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Description

Reed of Seshat | Variegated Blue Hand Wrapped Seshat Bamboo Pen

You Get: 1 Seshat bamboo pen

Features

  • Hand-wrapped handle. Carefully wrapped in variegated blue cotton thread.
  • Hand carved nib.
  • Made from a new bamboo skewer.
  • Designed to work with various types of dip ink, including homemade. Soaking the nib in warm water prior to use may improve writing.
  • Wrapped portions should not be exposed to water.
  • Seshat is an Egyptian goddess of wisdom, knowledge and writing. She was seen as a scribe and record keeper, also known as Mistress of the House of Books.

Dimensions

11.81″ L, .25″ W (handle), .31″ W (across bead)

Color Correspondences

  • Blue: communication, willpower, focus, forgiveness, good fortune, weight loss, truth, fidelity, patience, harmony, removing negativity, sincerity, astral projection, water, health, psychic awareness, intuition, opportunity, understanding, dreams, protection, meditation

Component Properties

  • Cotton: healing, luck, protection, rain magic, purification
  • Bamboo: protection, luck, hex-breaking, wishes

Materials

bamboo, crochet cotton, acrylic bead

 

 

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