J Herbin Fountain Pen Ink [Bleu Pervenche]

£9.90

Discover the elegance of J Herbin's Fountain Pen Ink, conveniently packaged in a 30ml bottle with a built-in pen rest. The Bleu Prevenche is a beautiful bright blue shade, ideal for those that like a vivid pop of colour on their page. 

Crafted for Exceptional Quality: Elevate your writing experience with J Herbin's high-quality ink, boasting a rich colour and smooth texture that's perfect for those who appreciate the art of beautiful letters.

Seamless Compatibility: Specially formulated for fountain and rollerball pens, this ink is finely filtered to ensure it flows smoothly without clogging. It's also versatile enough for use with felt pens, reservoir brushes, glass nibs, reed pens, paintbrushes, quill pens, and nib holders.

Innovative Features:

  • Aquarellable / water-solluble: When diluted in water, the ink produces a delicate and uniform colour gradient, perfect for artistic endeavours.
  • Balanced Composition: Comprised of water, humectant to limit feather drying, and preservatives to maintain quality over time.

Why Choose J Herbin?

  • Environmentally Friendly: Manufactured using all-natural dyes for a neutral pH level, making it compatible with both modern and vintage fountain pens.
  • Made in France: Crafted with the expertise of over 350 years in the ink-making industry, each bottle exudes the quality and heritage of J Herbin.

Available in multiple shades, this ink is the ultimate writing and drawing companion for both enthusiasts and professionals alike. Don't miss out on experiencing the unparalleled quality of J Herbin's bottled ink!

Details

  • 30ml bottle with built-in pen rest
  • Shade: Vert Empire
  • Exceptional Quality
  • Versatile Compatibility
  • Made in France

The brand
J. Herbin is the world's oldest name in fountain pen ink, having been established by Monsieur Herbin in 1670. M. Herbin's famous Perle des Encres (The Jewel of Inks) pen ink was created in his shop on the Rue des Fosses Saint-Germain in Paris in 1700.

J. Herbin fountain pen ink is one of our favourites for its multitude of shades and colours and consistently high quality ink, which you would expect after some three hundred years of refinement. Given the exceptional quality, J. Herbin fountain pen ink represents one of the best value inks available.

Finally of course, J. Herbin's rich heritage and tradition carries no little atttraction; J. Herbin inks were used by Louis XIV and Victor Hugo, author of Hunchback of Notre Dame and Les Miserables.

Discover the elegance of J Herbin's Fountain Pen Ink, conveniently packaged in a 30ml bottle with a built-in pen rest. The Bleu Prevenche is a beautiful bright blue shade, ideal for those that like a vivid pop of colour on their page. 

Crafted for Exceptional Quality: Elevate your writing experience with J Herbin's high-quality ink, boasting a rich colour and smooth texture that's perfect for those who appreciate the art of beautiful letters.

Seamless Compatibility: Specially formulated for fountain and rollerball pens, this ink is finely filtered to ensure it flows smoothly without clogging. It's also versatile enough for use with felt pens, reservoir brushes, glass nibs, reed pens, paintbrushes, quill pens, and nib holders.

Innovative Features:

  • Aquarellable / water-solluble: When diluted in water, the ink produces a delicate and uniform colour gradient, perfect for artistic endeavours.
  • Balanced Composition: Comprised of water, humectant to limit feather drying, and preservatives to maintain quality over time.

Why Choose J Herbin?

  • Environmentally Friendly: Manufactured using all-natural dyes for a neutral pH level, making it compatible with both modern and vintage fountain pens.
  • Made in France: Crafted with the expertise of over 350 years in the ink-making industry, each bottle exudes the quality and heritage of J Herbin.

Available in multiple shades, this ink is the ultimate writing and drawing companion for both enthusiasts and professionals alike. Don't miss out on experiencing the unparalleled quality of J Herbin's bottled ink!

Details

  • 30ml bottle with built-in pen rest
  • Shade: Vert Empire
  • Exceptional Quality
  • Versatile Compatibility
  • Made in France

The brand
J. Herbin is the world's oldest name in fountain pen ink, having been established by Monsieur Herbin in 1670. M. Herbin's famous Perle des Encres (The Jewel of Inks) pen ink was created in his shop on the Rue des Fosses Saint-Germain in Paris in 1700.

J. Herbin fountain pen ink is one of our favourites for its multitude of shades and colours and consistently high quality ink, which you would expect after some three hundred years of refinement. Given the exceptional quality, J. Herbin fountain pen ink represents one of the best value inks available.

Finally of course, J. Herbin's rich heritage and tradition carries no little atttraction; J. Herbin inks were used by Louis XIV and Victor Hugo, author of Hunchback of Notre Dame and Les Miserables.

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