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Bottled ink 50ml - Ambre de Baltique - Jacques Herbin

Fossil resin of conifers, amber has been exploited since the bronze age and antiquity when it was assembled on jewelry. It was particularly appreciated for its beautiful translucent bronze tint. Ambre de Baltique is a very luminous ink, quasi solar when used in ink wash painting.

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

Bottle 50ml

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Fossil resin of conifers, amber has been exploited since the bronze age and antiquity when it was assembled on jewelry. It was particularly appreciated for its beautiful translucent bronze tint. Ambre de Baltique is a very luminous ink, quasi solar when used in ink wash painting.

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

This ink is for pens, never mix this ink with another. Before filling ink pot or fountain pen, rinse thoroughly. Shake the bottle well before filling the writing instrument for best results. If your pen is inactive for a while, we recommend you might want to empty and clean it.

Bottle 50ml

Herbin
13141JT
1 Item
3188555131411
Dominant color
Yellow/Gold
Shimmer
NO
Sheen
NO
Shading
Medium
Iron gall
NO
Water resistant
NO
Capacity
50 ml
From
France
Collection
Les encres essentielles
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.

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