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Diamine Fountain Pen Ink - 80 ml - Jet Black

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Diamine Fountain Pen Ink - 80 ml - Jet Black - DIAMINE INK 7000
  • Diamine Fountain Pen Ink - 80 ml - Jet Black - DIAMINE INK 7000
  • Diamine Fountain Pen Ink - 80 ml - Jet Black - DIAMINE INK 7000
  • Diamine Fountain Pen Ink - 80 ml - Jet Black - DIAMINE INK 7000
  • Diamine Fountain Pen Ink - 80 ml - Jet Black - DIAMINE INK 7000
  • Diamine Fountain Pen Ink - 80 ml - Jet Black - DIAMINE INK 7000
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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. Different ink colors available.


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Specs
Model NumberDIAMINE INK 7000
Shipping Weight6.85 oz
Bottle Size 80 ml
Ink Color Black (Jet Black)
Size - Height 6.6 cm
Size - Length 5.4 cm
Size - Width 4 cm
Usage Fountain Pens, Dip Pens
Water Resistance None

Reviews
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  Nice solid Black. Minimal..., May 14, 2012
By dar... - See all my reviews
Nice solid Black. Minimal bleed. Almost no feathering, even on cheap paper. Is not extremely contrasty, and does exhibit some shading.
I do prefer a darker black, but for rapid journal writing it will flow. It just might be for you.
  This black is absolutely..., June 27, 2013
By cathubb - See all my reviews
This black is absolutely terrific for drawing, the best choice I have found for water-soluble black ink that can be lifted and moved with water. Unlike about a dozen of the other fountain pen blacks I have tried (not counting the water-INsoluble ones here), this ink is remarkably lightfast (4 months in a sunny window and counting). (Two other very nice and similarly pretty darned lightfast ones are not truly black - De Atramentis Night Black, which is actually a very dark green, and Diamine Eclipse, which is actually a very dark violet -- I have and enjoy these too.) The other blacks I have tried fade much more quickly, often turning brown first. This includes Aurora, Pelikan, Private Reserve Velvet Black, the other Diamine blacks, J Herbin Perle Noir, and a number of others.

The Diamine Jet Black is a true black, a bit on the cool side, and is completely water-soluble. I have some loaded into a fine Aquash waterbrush and some loaded into a Pilot Petit1 pen converted to an eyedropper. Add a big waterbrush with water or a watercolor brush or two and a vessel of some kind to contain water, and you have part of a great traveling drawing kit. I would add a water-INSOLUBLE black, either a fountain pen ink (Noodler's, Sailor, or Platinum) or a permanent marker (like a Faber-Castell calligraphy marker, for its nice variable line width), so that you can have both permanent and movable black inks.

I've been looking for a reasonably lightfast (like I said, four months and counting in a sunny window) completely water-soluble black ink for drawing, and I have finally found it. It also behaves well in a fountain pen and comes in Diamine's generously-sized 80 ml bottle. Bliss!