JPP: John Purcell Paper, https://www.johnpurcell.net - The paper I use is Somerset Soft white or Satin, 56x76cm, 300gsm. I get my Acid Free Tissue from JPP (50x75cm, 18gsm) as well as my Newsprint (50.4x76.8cm, 52gsm)
INTAGLIO PRINTMAKERS: https://intaglioprintmaker.com
Caligo Etching Inks, safe wash, in 300g cartridges. These can also be used as relief inks, mixed with Cobalt driers, available on this site too. I have purchased many printing goods from Intaglio over the years, including rollers, etching needles and much more
LAURENCES: https://www.lawrence.co.uk/akua-intaglio.html - I use Akua inks for gold and silver inks
DIRECT PLASTICS: https://www.directplastics.co.uk Plastic sheets arrive in big sizes which require cutting to size using scissors or a guillotine. These sheets are quite thin so do not require bevelling and allow easy gliding of my etching tools. (Perspex tends to be a much harder surface which makes achieving smooth movements more difficult).
I favour the sheets which have a sltihgly rough surface (gives an aquatint effect) and therefore hold some of the ink in the background, they are referred to on this site as HDPE. Smooth sheets can also be purchased under the name of 'polypropylene'.
WRIGHT OF LYMM: https://www.stonehouses.co.uk
GOLD LEAVES SUPPLIES: https://www.goldleafsupplies.co.uk
L CORNELISSEN & SON: https://www.cornelissen.com/catalogsearch/result/?cat=0&q=GILDING
ART EQUIPMENT LTD.: https://www.art-equipment.co.uk
My press was purchased from Art Equipement originally but bought from a friend, The model is EP4021 and the bed size measures 40"x21" (1015x535mm). The team brought it up to my studio on a steep Chesham hillside and installed it for me. I would highly recommend this press which is perfect for all printing but especially for my intricate drypoint prints.