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Rohrer & Klingner Writing Ink - 50 ml Bottle - Alt-Goldgrün (Old Golden Green)


Rohrer & Klingner Writing Ink - 50 ml Bottle - Alt-Goldgrün (Old Golden Green) - ROHRER-KLINGNER 40 530 050
  • Rohrer & Klingner Writing Ink - 50 ml Bottle - Alt-Goldgrün (Old Golden Green) - ROHRER-KLINGNER 40 530 050
  • Rohrer & Klingner Writing Ink - 50 ml Bottle - Alt-Goldgrün (Old Golden Green) - ROHRER-KLINGNER 40 530 050
  • Rohrer & Klingner Writing Ink - 50 ml Bottle - Alt-Goldgrün (Old Golden Green) - ROHRER-KLINGNER 40 530 050
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Description
Each glass bottle contains 50 ml of Rohrer & Klingner fountain pen ink.

Rohrer & Klingner has continued an old tradition of ink production since 1907. These inks have been developed over the years for the primary purpose of calligraphy, and are still hand made with modern raw materials.

Rohrer & Klingner inks feature brilliant colorants, specially treated water and minimal amounts of additives for a well balanced composition that results in beautiful writing. These inks are suitable for fountain and dip pens, quills and other calligraphy utensils.


Specs
Model NumberROHRER-KLINGNER 40 530 050
Shipping Weight4.40 oz
Bottle Size 50 ml
Ink Color Old Golden Green
Size - Height 7.6 cm
Size - Length 4.3 cm
Size - Width 4.3 cm
Usage Fountain Pens, Dip Pens
Water Resistance None

Reviews
3 people found this helpful
  I absolutely adore the..., September 26, 2011
By price.emily - See all my reviews
I absolutely adore the color of this ink, but I'm worried it might be doing bad things to my pen.

After having the ink in my pen for a few weeks, I've noticed weird crystal things growing on the underside of the feed and nib. If that's going on on the outside of the pen, what might be happening internally? It does seem to be clogging up, and this is a pen that hardly ever clogs. I've never seen crystallization like this from any other ink I've used.

The color, as other reviewers have stated, is really amazing and has the most shading of almost any ink I've used. I would love to continue using it, but at this point I'm too concerned to put it in any pen that cost more than about five dollars.
2 people found this helpful
  It'll grow on you like..., April 5, 2012
By rro... - See all my reviews
It'll grow on you like a fungus... :-)

When I initially tried this, it was honestly just so I'd have the chance to say, "Wow, what a hideous ink!" But, the longer I used it, the more and more it grew on me. Two years (and at least 2 bottles) later, it's earned a permanent spot in my rotation, and it's become a favorite! Like others have commented, it's got terrific shading properties, and it's pretty well-behaved (which, in my case as a lefty overwriter, is a must)! It's got a mild-enough formula that it's safe to use with vintage pens, too. I've got it loaded in a Sheaffer's PFM II right now!
2 people found this helpful
  I don't favor green inks..., August 20, 2011
By gra... - See all my reviews
I don't favor green inks at all, but this is my ALL TIME FAVORITE. It's a must have. It's like having two inks in one. Each line drawn with this ink has a lot of shading to it. It has character. Simply marvelous.
2 people found this helpful
  This is one of the most..., August 19, 2011
By gra... - See all my reviews
This is one of the most incredible fountain pen inks ever. Its like having two colors in one -- that's how much shading there is to it. I don't even favor green ink, but this is the best of all inks. I highly recommend it.
1 person found this helpful
  A gorgeously rich, WARM..., November 1, 2011
By thi... - See all my reviews
A gorgeously rich, WARM green ink with golden undertones. Vibrant and "healthy" looking is what comes to mind. Bright, but not blinding---you can write with this in a notebook and still be able to read it without killing your eyes. How to describe it? The color 'pops', but sinks into the paper at the same time...so it balances out.

Ink is relatively dry-flowing, and I've been using it in my Ohto F-lapa (F nib) with no problems so far. I'm pretty sure if I flush the pen and converter between uses it should be all right.

There is shading in this ink, even in a fine nib. When I print words, the upper half of the letters is usually a lighter shade of green than the bottom. The closest color I can say is...hmm...the light parts are like fresh willow leaves in early spring (yellowish-green but still GREEN), while the darker parts are very close to the green color shown on the bottle labeling (would you call that...a kind of light pine/foresty green?). Compared to J. Herbin's Olive green, it's definitely a darker, more subdued green...just the way I like it.

All in all, a wonderful ink (if you don't mind that it's drier than others, though I've yet to try it in another fountain pen). If the rest of R & K's colors are this bright, I might consider buying more! Royal Blue and Salix are definitely on my list of consideration, and Scabiosa too---as soon as I find a nice experimental pen to try it out with, since it's an iron-gall ink.

Incidentally, I also loved Kaweco cartridge inks, and that's another German company...German companies really do good jobs with their fountain pen inks~