J Herbin 1798 Amethyste de l’Oural Ink. J Herbin started in Paris in 1670 – when King Louis XIV was 32 years old – HERBIN begun selling sealing wax, fine stationery, inks and imported shellac from India.
J Herbin 1798 Amethist De L’oural Ink
Has a solid dark purple with a hue of amethyst plus the satin finish of a silver mist for a nice view. This color suggests the fires of a precious gemstone from the gates of Asia, prized by jewelers of the past. This Limited Edition Ink will give to your writing the impact that your are looking after, you will like the way that your write looks!
In 1798, Jacques Herbin a 4th generation family member, started production of these fine ink. Through various years of hard work and innovation, the line expanded and new trademarks appeared; These included the Violet Ink, used by the French Third Republic schools, the Pearl of Inks and the Travelers’ Ink. In the days of great industry exhibitions J Herbin, got numerous awards from London and Paris world fairs.
Then and Now
Over the last three centuries, with its large number of shades inspired by the company’s history of sea trips, HERBIN’s aim has remained constant: to ‘give body and color to your thoughts’.
A division of the Exacompta Clairefontaine group since 2003, HERBIN now produce the Jacques Herbin ink. In addition of a range of fine inks, pens,, stationery, and leather accessories specially made for discriminating users.
The exclusive 1798 ink collection celebrates the year Jacques Herbin first introduced his own line of inks, an important step for the brand. With deep colors, the 1798 inks comes illuminated with silver flecks for a brilliant look.
Shake the bottle well before filling the writing instrument. If your pen is inactive for a period of time, we recommend to empty and clean it.