J. Herbin is the oldest name in pen inks in the world. M. Herbin created “The Jewel of Inks” in his shop on the Rue des Fosses Saint-Germain in Paris in 1700.
Herbin uses all natural dyes in their fountain pen inks. This natural composition is reflected in the very neutral pH of the inks. Each bottle of 30 ml/1 oz ink is elegantly labeled and has a pen rest. They are known as “D bottle pen inks.” The “D” refers to the old French unit of measure “la Demi Courtine.”
Bottled Fountain Pen Ink
Each bottle of 30 ml has an integrated pen rest. They are known as “D bottle pen inks. The “D” refers to the old French unit of measure “la Demi Courtine”.
100 ml Bottled Fountain Pen Ink
Available in six colors. Perle Noire /09; Eclat de Saphir /16; Bleu Nuit /19; Lie de The /44; Poussiere de Lune /48; Violette Pensee /77.
Universal snap-in cartridges. (Fits all pens except Waterman, Sheaffer, Parker, Lamy, A.T. Cross, Pilot/Namiki, Sailor, Platinum, Aurora, Fultz and Nakaya) 6 cartridges are neatly and securely packed in a cylindrical metal tin.
10 ml Bottled Fountain Pen Ink
Test new colors.Very handy when traveling.
1670 Inks Collection
This collection was inspired by J. Herbin's 17th century travels to the Mughal Empire in India. Deep rich colors with golden sheen. Available in Rouge Hermatite, Ocean Blue, and Stormy Grey. Gift box with 50ml bottle.
GIFT BOTTLE INKS
"Forget Me Not" Heart Ink Bottle A Knight's Last Words to His Beloved
An elegant and romantic gift by J. Herbin.
The heart shaped 50 ml glass bottle is carefully packaged in a tin with matching color tissue paper and ribbon. Includes a leaftlet with the legend
Blue Ink, Ref H152/15
Red Ink, Ref H152/68
SCENTED FOUNTAIN PEN INKS
These exquisitely charming inks, lightly scented and presented in elegant semi-frosted bottles, are perfect for fountain pens since they are naturally scented and do not contain pigments.
J. Herbin scented inks are made from floral water (hydrosols) of rose, orange, lavender, apple and violets. The hydrosols used by J. Herbin come from Grasse, France, a Provencal town long associated with the perfume industry, and famous for its floral scents.
Fashioned with great care, scented inks are inspired by a tradition that began in Italy in the 19th century. J. Herbin and other manufacturers used to collect different scents from the perfume industry and add them to their inks.
Known as “Les Subtiles” (The Subtle), each ink matches fragrance and color: bleu/parfum lavande/10; vert/parfum pomme/34; amber/parfum orange/41; rouge/parfum rose/68; and violet/parfum violette/77