Encre 1798 - Cornaline d'Egypte - 50ml - Herbin
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Ink 1798 - Cornaline of Egypt - 50ml - Herbin

The ochre-coloured cornaline of Egypt, inspired by the precious stone, is enhanced by its silver sequins that shine with a thousand lights. It thus brings warmth and elegance to the different writings.

This stone was already very popular during antiquity by the Egyptians who used it as jewelry and ornaments for the most luxurious furniture.

Color: Cornaline from Egypt

50ml bottle

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The ochre-coloured cornaline of Egypt, inspired by the precious stone, is enhanced by its silver sequins that shine with a thousand lights. It thus brings warmth and elegance to the different writings.

This stone was already very popular during antiquity by the Egyptians who used it as jewelry and ornaments for the most luxurious furniture.

This ink for pen is packaged in a 50ml glass bottle, specially designed for the inks of the Jacques HerbinCollection.

Ink for pen and Nib holder. Never mix two different inks. Rinse the pen well or ink it before filling. Shake the bottle well before filling the writing instrument. When it is not used for a long time, it is best to empty it.

Color: Cornaline from Egypt

50ml bottle

15556JT
3188555155561
Collection
1798
Dominant color
Orange
Shimmer
YES
Sheen
NO
Shading
Medium
Iron gall
NO
Water resistant
NO
Capacity
50 ml
From
France
Herbin

The Herbin company, manufacturer of sealing wax, was founded in 1670 during the reign of Louis XIV. It is also the oldest brand of ink in the world.

Jacques Herbin was a navigator and it is from one of his trips to India that he imported his shellac formula which earned him great fame in the kingdom.

Ink production began during the 1st Empire and Herbin inks were used by Napoleon Bonaparte.

Even today, Herbin inks and waxes are recognized and renowned around the world.