Diamine Fountain Pen Ink - 80 ml - Green/Black

5.0 (4 reviews)
One 80 ml bottle of fountain pen ink.

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, and has quickly become one of the most popular and sought-after brands around. Wide selection of different ink colors available.

Model NumberDIAMINE INK 7080
Weight6.9 ounces
ManufacturerDiamine Ink
Bottle Size 80 ml
Ink Color Green (Green Black)
Size - Height 6.6 cm
Size - Length 5.4 cm
Size - Width 4 cm
Usage Dip Pens, Fountain Pens
Water Resistance None

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Very happy with this...
August 14, 2013
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Very happy with this ink. I've had it appear very dark in a wet nib on a not so absorbent paper (Rhodia, et al) without losing it's greenness for the observant eye, through to a luscious forest green through a slightly drier nib on a more absorbent, less expensive paper. Flex nibs shade beautifully between the extremes.

Performance on lower quality papers has been fantastic for me, well behaved with no real line spreading, feathering or bleedthrough experienced.

Would happily recommend for lovers of green looking for something a little more restrained, or something that could be used in an office environment or wherever a typical colour would be a traditional blue or black.
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Deep, dark green! Very...
July 23, 2012
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Deep, dark green! Very rich color, it looks fantastic on ivory (and white) paper! I put this ink in my Lamy Studio (fine nib) and noticed shading from dark green to almost black. I'm really happy with the color and quality of this Diamine ink.
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Looks lovely on the page,...
November 20, 2014
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Looks lovely on the page, flows well, and stains my fingers just like old times.
Beautiful colour. The...
October 4, 2012
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Beautiful colour. The ink has a true green cast, very subtle, but it goes down like a black ink.