Sanguine is one of the world's oldest drawing instruments. It is made from iron ore (hematite) and produces a distinctive reddish brown colour. These irregular pieces can be shaped into sticks, pointed, and used to draw on the paper.
The stone feels slightly waxy, blends well with the fingers and erases almost completely.
Bag of 100g of stone - approximately 12 pieces ranging from 2x2x.5cm to 4x3x5cm.