Jacques Herbin Pigmented Calligraphy Ink - Ocre - Ochre - 40ml Bottle
Jacques Herbin Pigmented Calligraphy Ink - Ocre - Ochre - 40ml Bottle
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Jacques Herbin Pigmented Calligraphy Ink - Ocre - Ochre - 40ml Bottle

DO NOT USE IN FOUNTAIN PENS

Jacques Herbin is pleased to present to you a new range of calligraphy inks made from gum arabic (except white) and pigments, the traditional formulation used by calligraphers.

This vegan range includes 15 intense shades that can be used pure or diluted.

Walnut Husk is based on cassell extract, a natural vegetal pigment. It can also be combined with Indian ink for drawing by diluting it to obtain more or less light shades.

The shape of the glass bottle is stable and wide, making it easy to insert a slanted nib holder.

Ink for pen holder or calame. Do not use with a fountain pen or rollerball pen.

40ml bottle

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DO NOT USE IN FOUNTAIN PENS

Jacques Herbin is pleased to present to you a new range of calligraphy inks made from gum arabic (except white) and pigments, the traditional formulation used by calligraphers.

This vegan range includes 15 intense shades that can be used pure or diluted.

Walnut Husk is based on cassell extract, a natural vegetal pigment. It can also be combined with Indian ink for drawing by diluting it to obtain more or less light shades.

The shape of the glass bottle is stable and wide, making it easy to insert a slanted nib holder.

Ink for pen holder or calame. Do not use with a fountain pen or rollerball pen.

40ml bottle

Dominant color
Brown
Iron gall
NO
Water resistant
YES
Capacity
40 ml
From
France
11342T
3 Items
3188550113429

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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