Saturday, October 27, 2007

Klipat Nogah Quill Pen

י'ה בחשון תשס"ח

The exquisite handmade feather shades of grey quill pen I've chosen for raising up sparks craftworking. It features two black and white barred wild turkey wing feathers, and two gray Pilgrim goose feathers. Soft, smoky-colored rabbit fur wraps around the entire base of the handle, and a beautiful silvery-black hematite (see below) stone falls gently from its silver-tone wire cradle. Smooth black wrap and a vintage, unused silver-tone Roeder Kugelzack writing nib finishes off my pen, measuring approximately 13" long overall.



Worn through the ages as an amulet against bleeding, hematite is also known as the "blood stone." Native American folklore states that war paint made from hematite would make one invincible during battle. Hematite is also used to balance out emotions and energies between the body, mind and spirit, helps dissolve negativity, and aids in memory enhancement.

5 comments:

A Vulpine Heart said...

the pen is beautiful. did you craft it?

Liorah-Lleucu said...

The particular pen shown is one I purchased.

a vulpine heart said...

might i ask where? it is simply stunning.

Liorah-Lleucu said...

Thank you. Right now I'd rather not post that information. After I receive it safely, I'll post where I purchased it.

Liorah-Lleucu said...

I received my handmade ritual quill pen safe and sound today, so now I am okay with publically posting from where it was purchased - from The Copper Dragon. The quill pen is stunning indeed and well worth the wait.