3.3 (4 reviews)
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Kiss your paper with lush ink colors created by the French. Each 30 ml bottle has a unique rectangular shape that doubles as a pen rest. Pens can balance on the flat area on the top of the bottle near the cap. These bottles are known as \"D bottle pen inks\". The \"D\" refers to the old French unit of measure \"la Demi Courtine\".

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. M. Herbin created this line, \"The Jewel of Inks\", in his shop on the Rue des Fosses Saint-Germain in Paris in 1700. Capture a moment of history with these high-quality inks from J. Herbin at JetPens.

Ink features:
- 30 beautiful colors
- Non toxic and pH neutral
- Lightfast
- Water based
- Flows smoothly and is fast drying
- All natural dyes

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I first tried this in...
February 14, 2012
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I first tried this in the cartridge form, and liked it so much I bought the bottled ink. It's a fantastic golden green, just like good quality olive oil.
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Great color that gets...
September 27, 2015
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Great color that gets even grander with the addition of a couple of drops of black.
The color is good but...
October 21, 2013
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The color is good but it's way too light. I'd gotten hold of a sample before I bought a bottle, and the sample was a lot better than the bottle has turned out to be. So I'm really dissatisfied with it. Actually, I have two bottles of L'Herbin ink and I don't like it as much as Diamine -- the colors aren't as clear and they fade out as the ink dries.
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I really wanted to like...
September 4, 2012
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I really wanted to like the color of this ink, but I don't. The color is watery and difficult to read after writing with. It was a good idea, but a waste of money. I was kind of tired of writing with "normal" colors and wanted something different, but will switch back to blue because it's readable!