Jacques Herbin Ink - Lierre Sauvage - Wild Ivy Green - Bottle 30ml
Jacques Herbin Ink - Lierre Sauvage - Wild Ivy Green - Bottle 30ml
    Jacques Herbin Ink - Lierre Sauvage - Wild Ivy...
    Jacques Herbin Ink - Lierre Sauvage - Wild Ivy...

    Jacques Herbin Ink - Lierre Sauvage - Wild Ivy Green - Bottle 30ml

    Lierre Sauvage (Wild Ivy Green): a very subtle green symbol of nature but also anarchy. Wild ivy is found on the façade of houses and grows without being invited.

    Bottle 30 ml

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    The Jacques Herbin company has always wanted to differentiate itself from other ink manufacturers by offering a wide choice of colours.

    This large palette of 35 writing ink colors, with French and poetic names, has been specially formulated for everyday use with fountain pens and rollerball pens. These inks are indeed finely filtered so as not to clog the pens. These inks are of exceptional quality rich in color and have an incredible texture. These inks offer unparalleled writing quality. Perfect for writing enthusiasts and lovers of beautiful letters!

    These inks are also water-soluble: diluted in water, they offer a delicate and homogeneous color gradient. Applied with a brush, the inks sublimate your drawings.

    These inks are mainly composed of water, humectant in order to limit drying at the level of the nib, and preservative to preserve their qualities over time. The dyes used have been specially selected to offer the richest range of colors on the market.

    These inks are thus suitable for fountain pens, rollerball pens, felt-tip pens and reservoir brushes, glass nibs, reed pens, brushes, quill pens and fountain pens.

    Bottle 30 ml

    Dominant color
    Green
    Shimmer
    NO
    Sheen
    NO
    Shading
    Important
    Iron gall
    NO
    Water resistant
    NO
    Capacity
    30 ml
    From
    France
    Collection
    The Pearl of Inks
    13037T
    4 Items
    3188550130372

    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.

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    Based on 2 reviews

    • 5

      Joli vert foncé mais pas trop. Bon comportement de l’encre.

    • 5

      Couleur qui est belle



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