Diamine 80ml Fountain Pen Ink -- China Blue

By Diamine
£5.75

// Quality English fountain pen ink
// Suitable for all fountain pens
// Wide variety of colours available



The history of fountain pen ink manufacturer Diamine dates back to 1864. The company was initially founded in London and moved to Liverpool in 1925, where the name was changed from T Webster & Co to Diamine in 1964. The brand has been resurrected and is now making a comeback.

A free-flowing fountain pen ink with good shading characteristics. Suitable for all fountain pens.

// Quality English fountain pen ink
// Suitable for all fountain pens
// Wide variety of colours available



The history of fountain pen ink manufacturer Diamine dates back to 1864. The company was initially founded in London and moved to Liverpool in 1925, where the name was changed from T Webster & Co to Diamine in 1964. The brand has been resurrected and is now making a comeback.

A free-flowing fountain pen ink with good shading characteristics. Suitable for all fountain pens.

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