J. Herbin Bleu Myosotis Ink (Forget-Me-Not Blue) - 6 Cartridges

J. Herbin Bleu Myosotis Ink (Forget-Me-Not Blue) - 6 Cartridges

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Pack of six international short sized J. Herbin Fountain Pen ink cartridges. Other colors available.

J. Herbin was established in 1670 and is the oldest name in formal ink production in the world. It is the ink namesake used by renowned figures such as Napoleon Bonaparte and Victor Hugo of Les Miserables.

The "Jewel of Inks" series from J. Herbin was created by M. Herbin in his shop on the Rue des Fosses Saint-Germain in Paris in 1700. Now you can capture a moment of this history with these high-quality ink cartridges at JetPens.

Ink features:

- Non toxic and pH neutral

- Lightfast

- Water based

- Flows smoothly and fast drying

- All natural dyes


If exposed to extremely cold weather for a long time, ink inside new cartridges is likely to freeze, expand, and push out the stopper, causing cartridges to leak.

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Smooth flowing, fast...
December 11, 2014
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Smooth flowing, fast drying. I love this Bleu Myosotis color. I use these cartridges in a Rotring ArtPen with a medium nib and have excellent results.
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I love the colour of...
April 7, 2015
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I love the colour of this ink -- it's close enough to blue to pass for that, but with a lovely subtle lavender tint. The cartridges are convenient for any pen that takes international styles, and can be refilled with a syringe or eyedropper if you're careful, plus the tin is just kind of adorable.
(That said, for cost-consciousness, you're better off using a converter and bottled inks or refilling these suckers. That's not quite enough to dock a star, but something to be aware of.)
one of the cartridge...
February 7, 2015
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one of the cartridge seriously leaked when I got it(the small ball goes out!!) And I have to say a bit disappointing compared with Pilot Iroshizuku Ink. The color need about half an hour to be totally dry, after that the color is really beautiful, but for who throw the paper to trash bin once after it is finish, I do not recommend it, it is just a common dark purple blue.