|Item Weight||7 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||2.4 x 2.4 x 1.6 inches|
|Item model number||15026T|
|Number of Items||1|
|Size||Gold Sheen "1670"|
|Manufacturer Part Number||15026T|
J Herbin 1670 Anniversary Bottled Fountain Pen Ink, 50ml - Red
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- "Rouge Hematite": Dark Red
- Beautiful 50ml square glass bottle
- Hand Dipped red wax seal cap, Gold wax seal "1670" on the bottle
- Instruction pamphlet with J. Herbin History
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Celebrate the 340th anniversary of J. Herbin with a vibrant, earthy, rich red color. A reminder of the historic color of the Herbin logo. This intense deep dye ink will bring brightness and majesty to all your writing.
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After trying this, I feel like this ink does look and feel nice, but has a few minor caveats. As somebody using a Pilot Vanishing Point (F nib), I would recommend getting a thicker nib (the VP nib is Japanese and tends to run thinner than the European equivalent) and better paper to get the most out of this ink. This ink seems to work best with larger nibs because you'll actually be able to enjoy the gold specks in the ink more with thicker lines. In addition, the paper I've used in the past where Noodler's bulletproof black works just fine gives me bleed and other issues with this ink.
This ink is definitely worth using if you can get your hands on it, but you'll need to be sure that you are ready to use it. If you have something like, say, Rhodia paper, you'll more than likely be just fine with it.
The ink flows incredibly on the paper and I must say so far it's the best I've used and compared to my last ink from Waterman, this makes a big difference. The dry time takes a few more seconds but much worth it.
1) Ensure you clean you pen real good before using this ink so you get the best results.
2) Don't keep ink in your pen's barrel for too long. i.e if you use the pen only every once in a while and it does not seals very well, don't use it or put only a little bit in it.
3) I noticed that you want to keep your pen up-side-down for the gold flakes to mix with the ink and go on the page. If you clip it to your shirt's pocket (which I often do) the flakes will stay at the bottom and you wont get any (this could be good if you want to chose with/without flakes :)). I have a see through Lamy (vista with broad nib) and I can see what the flakes do.
Enjoy and hope this helps.