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General Price List
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John Marshall
works in fabric
Post Office Box 115, Covelo, California 95428 USA
John@JohnMarshall.to  www.JohnMarshall.to
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Emails are the best way to reach me if you have questions, however my telephone and fax number are both
707-983-6636. If you leave a message, be sure to leave your email address as well.
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PayPal - You may send payment via PayPal to the following account:
katazome@johnmarshall.to
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Items are subject to availability and pricing may change at any time without notice. Please allow as much time as possible when placing your order since I am often out of the studio.
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Be sure to check out the links associated with each item. You’ll find many useful hints for substitutions and caring for the items I offer.
Traditional stencil paper is no longer being manufactured. For this reason, although my prices remained stable for the past ten years, there has been a sudden increase in some of the papers listed below. The prices quoted are based on what I have paid for the inventory. As my supplies are exhausted and I re-order from Japan, the prices may go up again. At this point, if ordering more than ten sheets, I may not be able to supply your needs immediately. Please check on availability of stock. Prices may change without notice.
   (22 x 36) standard size $59 single sheet traditional, long fiber, hand made
    (22x36) synthetic paper $35 single sheet
netting (sha) silk gauze for shibugami, enough to cover one sheet of stencil paper (41"x22")
     1 sheet.....$18
     full bolt (55m = 92 "sheets") $680/roll
    half size, 10"x18"....$46
    full size, 20"x18"..... $82
    traditional cutting knife - high grade steel sandwiched between two pieces of bamboo and bound with silk. $95 each
   Traditional style, wood stylus with silk wrapped metal tip. Range of sizes. Click here for chart and directions for use.  $65 each
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jizomebake for large areas of color and sizing
     8"............$184 in stock
    6-1/2"......$150 in stock
     5-1/4"..... $120 in stock
surikomi for filling in areas of color
The old gentleman from whom I have been ordering these for the past thirty years died. The new source is quite a bit more expensive, but they are very good quality. Now I find out he has passed away. Inventory changes, so feel free to check in on sizes available.
      #0.5, 1.0, 1.5,....$16@ in stock
      #2.0, 4.0............$32@ in stock
      #5.0, 7.0............$42@ in stock
      #8.0...................$56@ in stock
      #10.0.................$68@ in stock
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shinshi (stretching sticks)
     17 1/2" $2.50@
     40" $8@
     48" $11@
     59 1/2" $15@
     specialty lengths may be special ordered
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harite (stretching clamps)
     for 14" width fabric.....$110/set (in stock)
     Larger sizes may be special ordered, but you may easily make your own - click on the image to the left for simple directions.
sprayers
   modern pump sprayer very high quality
    I found that several sources have been able to carry these for less than I.
    Try Googling “dahlia sprayer” for a broad selection. Most often found through book-binding, or paper-making sources.
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pigments for use with soy milk
   soybeans available at most health food stores
    natural pigment set $60
   individual packets
          azure.....$7
             1/4 cup.....$39  ( = 30% discount)
          burnt umber.....$3
             one cup.....$33 ( = 30% discount)
          green.....$7
             1/4 cup.....$39  ( = 30% discount)
          indigo (oxidized).....$18
             1/2 cup.....$99  ( = 30% discount)
          ocher.....$3
              one cup.....$33 ( = 30% discount)
          red.....$7
             1/4 cup.....$39  ( = 30% discount)
          rust.....$5
             1/2 cup.....$39  ( = 30% discount)
          vermilion.....$10
             1/4 cup.....$39  ( = 30% discount)
          white.....$3
             one cup.....$33 ( = 30% discount)
          Prussian blue (miai).....$12
             1/4 cup.....$67  ( = 30% discount)
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indigo crystals freeze dried indigo just add water for an instant mini-vat!
     $55.00 for one pound
     $45.00 per pound for five pounds or more
     $40.00 per pound for fifteen pounds or more
     $35.00 per pound for 25 pounds or more
dye sticks natural dyes compressed into sticks much like sumi-sticks
     red (cochineal) $62 (24g)
     natural indigo (Tokushima tadeai) $46 (24g)
     bright indigo (very high quality Prussian blue) $22 (9g), $38 (17g), $56 (27g)
aobana disappearing ink for underdrawings
    synthetic $16 (130ml)
    I now have natural aobana in stock. One sheet aobana saturated (dry) washi-paper, 2-1/2” x 3-1/2” $10
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    John Marshall, Kodansha, International, $28
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Church of the Divinely Amused
St. Titus Press $22
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DYEING WITH FRESH-LEAF INDIGO
生蓼藍 Limited Edition
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St. Titus Press $45
   Have a dye question or want to run a contract by me? Just set up some time
   for  some individualized help.
    If you are looking for and educational and entertaining way to raise funds for
   your organization, this is a great way to go! A colorful display, a lively lecture, and a generous commission - the makings of a very successful event!
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paste supplies
komon nuka (bran)  
     Currently I have this available only for my students. You may want t contact Maiwa in Vancouver, BCm or try using the finest (smallest particle) rice bran you canfind on line. Bob’s RedMill is a good start.
mochiko (sweet rice flour)
     Be sure to check for local sources before ordering, it’s often available in the “foreign foods” section. It’s a prduct of California.
     1...1 lb. box.....$3
calx
    small bag (aprox. 3 oz.).....$1
glycerine (buy from the pharmacy or feed store)
suribachi (grinding bowl)
     10.5" bowl.....$47
surikogi (pestle)
     small...(for 10.5" bowl).....$11
hera (wooden spatula)
     7cm (2-3/4")...limited supply..$36
     #21 (8-1/4")...limited supply..$65
    #27 (10-1/2").limited supply..$90