J. Herbin Anniversary Fountain Pen Inks
Herbin Anniversary 50ml (unless noted) Ink Bottle in Assorted Colors Enhanced with Gold or Silver Sheen, Highly Saturated, Great for Fountain Pens and More.
Emerald of Chivor 1670 Anniversary Ink - This beautiful emerald green blue ink contains gold flecks throughout, enhancing your writing with an elegance and beauty that is unmatched by other inks.
Caroube de Chypre 1670 Anniversary Ink - Carob pods are known for their great therapeutic properties and were marketed throughout Europe as the “black gold of Cyprus”. This new Anniversary ink is called “Caroube de Chypre” because of its intense and deep brown with a hint of red, and of course its gold specks.
1670 Anniversary Ink Gift Set - 10 ml - Gift boxed includes five 10ml bottles: Rouge Hematite, Stormy Grey, Emerald of Chivor, Bleu Ocean, Caroube de Chypre
Kyanite du Nepal 1798 Anniversary Ink - Kyanite is bright blue and pulling toward turquoise. It is magnified thanks to a cloud of silver glitter for a powerful and elegant writing. Since the discovery of the famous mining region of Nepal, Kali Gandaki, Kyanite has been recognized as a noble mineral because of its similarities with the rich tones of sapphire.
Amethyst of the Ural 1798 Anniversary Ink - The exclusive 1798 ink celebrates the year Jacques Herbin first introduced his own line of quality inks, an important step in the history of the brand. Solid dark purple with an enhanced silver sheen creates a lustrous shimmering effect.
Vert Atlantide 350th Anniversary Ink with Gold Sheen - Inspired by the lush plant life said to have inhabited the fabled continent of Atlantis, Vert Atlantide is a tribute to the brands' founder, Jacques Herbin. An esteemed navigator, Herbin was believed to have been enthralled by the legend of this lost civilization.
Kenzo Takada "Shogun" - Herbin Shogun Ink by Kenzo Takada twilight colored ink, reminiscent of a beautiful night of stars, is coated with fine red and gold shimmer. The resulting hue is reminiscent of certain armors from the Shogun era, for which Kenzo Takada held a fine appreciation.