Diamine 1864 Blue Black Ink - 150th Anniversary - 40 ml Bottle

Diamine 1864 Blue Black Ink - 150th Anniversary - 40 ml Bottle

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Diamine has released a special collection to celebrate its 150th anniversary. The ink bottles in the collection are a unique triangular shape that forms a circle when arranged with all eight bottles. The result is an impressive desk display!

Diamine brand ink has a long and rich history, dating back to 1864. Diamine ink is produced in the UK and is made with a gentle formula safe for all fountain pens. It has quickly become one of the most popular and sought-after brands around. A wide selection of ink colors is available.

This is one 40 ml bottle of fountain pen ink.

Note: the pen in the photo is the Pilot Metropolitan Fountain Pen - Black Plain Body.

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This is a beautiful,...
February 9, 2015
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This is a beautiful, deep, dark, more black than blue, blue-black. If you prefer an intense, highly saturated blue-black ink, this is the ink for you. The Diamine "1864 Blue Black" 150th Anniversary ink is much more intense than the bluer standard Diamine blue-black ink. Because of its intensity, the new "1864 Blue Black" will, most-likely, not offer the shading possibilities of the standard Diamine blue black, but I prefer this new anniversary ink. It's similar to Noodler's blue-black and to Noodler's Ellis Island blue-black. Plus, the Diamine 150th Anniversary ink comes in a really cool bottle.
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My husband likes this...
May 27, 2015
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My husband likes this ink so much he bought a converter. I can't say enough good about JetPens and their employees. And they are super quick.
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Lovely, deep, rich, saturated...
April 23, 2015
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Lovely, deep, rich, saturated blue-black the exact way I like them (closer to black, with just a hint of blue). On the wet side, as I've found is typical with Diamine. It's currently in the Lamy AL-star, Z24 converter, extra-fine nib, and flows wonderfully even when writing tiny Chinese characters.
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Not just the darkest...
May 14, 2016
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Not just the darkest blue, it's the darkest ink I've ever used, including the black ones. In my test with Rhodia paper, it dries darker than Noodler's Black. But it is a highly saturated blue. Not just hard to convey in words, but hard to convey in photography. If you think you might like this ink, then you must see it for yourself.
Loved this ink and i'm...
April 15, 2016
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Loved this ink and i'm really picky about what kind i use. Put this ink in my pilot vanishing pilot and fell in love with wroting again.