What Can I Put In My Pen?

If you use a fountain pen, or a cartridge pen, then because of the delicate mechanisms it’s best to stick with the inks recommended for them (which certainly means staying well away from waterproof inks.) But …. If you use a broad edged pen (such as Mitchell, Brause, Speedball, Tape, Leonardt) or a pointed pen…

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Parker Quink Ink

Parker Quink Ink was first sold in 1931. Its name combines the words “quick” and “ink” and reflects the fact Quink dries quickly on the paper – but not on the nib.Quink Ink by Parker is a washable (non-waterproof) dye-based ink. It flows nicely in Dip Pens and Fouuntain Pens. This is a nice ink…

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Sennelier Indian Ink

We are now supplying Sennelier Indian Ink in 125ml size bottles as well as the 30ml bottles.This is a deep black Indian Ink that is indelible and lightfast. When diluted with water it becomes less indelible.Suitable for calligraphy and brush work.This ink is not recommended for fountain pens. Drawing Inks

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Iron Gall Ink

As iron gall ink is chemically based rather than pigment based, its characteristics generally differ from other calligraphic inks. The darkening process to a warm black as the ink oxidises on the page is a natural phenomenon. It equally produces for the penman the most incredibly fine hairlines unsurpassed by virtually any other type of…

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