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Board & Paper
Corners & Tape
Its amazing what a difference this simple yet indispensable tool can make. It allows you to cleanly smooth the blade-cut edges of window mats (it is remarkable how much this actually matters), and gently smooth minor over-cuts to the point where they almost disappear. This genuine bone burnisher is also widely used in folding paper and fabrics to give you a crisp, fine edge. A virtual necessity for every artist working with mats and/or paper.
We offer a 6 and an 8 inch long burnishing bone. Each has a rounded and pointed end.