This Herbin decorative ink are Exquisitely rich opaque with high pigment content. It should preferably be used with a thick feather, a calame or a brush for writing, calligraphy or drawing. Dark papers enhance their effects. Gold and silver inks contain actual metallic pigments (bottle needs to be shaken vigorously and frequently while using).
Herbin’s calligraphy and specialty inks include rich metallics, shimmering pearlescents, and inks steeped in history. These inks are not for fountain pens. They are best suited for steel nibs, glass or quill pens, calames and brushes.
The featured characteristics of Pigmented Ink are as follows:
Herbin is the oldest name in pen inks in the world. “The Jewel of Inks” was created in Paris in 1670.