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Melissa & Doug Deluxe 50-piece Wooden ABC/123 Blocks Set (colors may vary)

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  • In addition, is a method for dyeing textiles (usually silk) using wood blocks invented in the 5th-6th centuries in China. An upper and a lower block is made, with carved out compartments opening to the back, fitted with plugs. The cloth, usually folded a number of times, is inserted and clamped between the two blocks. By unplugging the different compartments and filling them with dyes of different colours, a multi-coloured pattern can be printed over quite a large area of folded cloth. The method is not strictly printing however, as the pattern is not caused by pressure against the block.

    Colour is very common in Asian woodblock printing on paper; in the first known example is a Diamond sutra of 1341, printed in black and red at the Zifu Temple in modern-day Hubei province. The earliest dated book printed in more than 2 colours is (: ), a book on ink-cakes printed in 1606 and the technique reached its height in books on art published in the first half of the 17th century. Notable examples are the 's of 1633, and the published in 1679 and 1701.

  • The earliest woodblock printed fragments to survive are from China and are of silk printed with flowers in three colours from the (before AD 220). It is clear that woodblock printing developed in Asia several centuries before Europe. The Chinese were the first to use the process to print solid text, and equally that, much later, in Europe the printing of images on cloth developed into the printing of images on paper (). It is also now established that the use in Europe of the same process to print substantial amounts of text together with images in block-books only came after the development of , which was developed by (990–1051) during the of China, about four hundred years later.

    For colour printing, multiple blocks are used, each for one colour, although overprinting two colours may produce further colours on the print. Multiple colours can be printed by keying the paper to a frame around the woodblocks.

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      We manufacture and sell classic, school size wooden unit blocks for children made of premium American Hard Maple in 54 different Blocks Sets and Booster Sets.  We also sell Open Stock in 124 individual shapes.  Purchasing from Open Stock, you can buy one piece or assemble you own idea of a good set.  Our children's blocks are just like those wooden blocks available when you were a child, made from sustainable American hardwoods right here in Indiana.  We also sell American alphabet blocks in 31 languages and variations, we sell craft cubes and parts for hobbyists, school teachers, and STEM teachers (PLTW) and we sell block stock for those who want to make their own. Finally, we carry a line of imported Rubberwood blocks for those seeking an economy product. 

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  •        Writers and Teachers may often tell you that unit blocks are the best educational toy ever made - a once in a lifetime investment.  Here's the check list - this has been the standard for quality wooden building blocks for over 100 years:

    In China, an alternative to woodblock printing was a system of since the Han Dynasty using carved stone to reproduce pages of text. The three necessary components for woodblock printing are the wood block, which carries the design cut in ; dye or , which had been widely used in the ancient world; and either or , which was first developed in China, around the 3rd century BC or 2nd century BC. Woodblock printing on seems never to have been practised, although it would be possible.

The knight´s castle – the set consists of 170 wooden blocks !

– wooden building blocks of untreated beechwood
– wooden blocks from our own workshop
– the 15/30/60 series building bricks can be combined and used together
– for your child’s imagination