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J. Herbin Rouge Hematite 1670 Anniversary Ink (50ml)
$26.00
Product Code H150-26
In Stock, Usually Ships in 1 to 2 Business Days
50ml bottle of J. Herbin 1670 Rouge Hematite (scarlet) ink, released in 2010 in celebration of the company's 340th anniversary. With a dark red color and earthy tone, it is a reminder of the historic color of the Herbin logo, accented with gold sparkles for an added sheen.
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Condition
New
Brand
J. Herbin
Type
Bottled Inks
Availability
Usually Ships in 1 to 2 Business Days
Rating
4.6928
Fast Drying
No
Fluorescent
No
Freeze Resistant
No
Ink Color
Red
Iron Gall
No
Lubricated
No
Pigmented
Yes
Scented
No
Volume
50ml
Water Resistant
No
Weight
0.600 lbs
Length
1.000 in
Width
1.000 in
Height
1.000 in
J. Herbin Rouge Hematite 1670 Anniversary Ink (50ml) is rated 4.6928 out of 5 by 153.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My favourite red, thus far... I tried it out originally with a flexy dip pen... wonderful colours. Deep red and a gold sheen in the right light and angle. Loaded it with a 0.8 Stub nib, and...for some reason, it came out light...almost pink. I tried it for a few days, and then emptied the pen. Disappointed. THEN!...Then I loaded the ink into my Konrad Flex Pen, and the ink came to life! Beautiful shading...really beautiful. My wife, who thinks all of this is a waste of time and especially money, even remarked how pretty it is. It's expensive, but it really does seem worth it. It is one of my most enjoyable inks. I hope someone notices the bottle on my wishlist...
Date published: 2014-10-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Rich, warm red Let me be just another reviewer to give this delicious ink a 5-star rating! The color is a warm, lustrous red with golden overtones (which appears to be greenish shimmer on close inspection). From a distance the color is exactly that of freshly drawn blood (not that that's my thing, but I must admit fresh blood is an amazing color!). This ink also behaves well in every pen that I've used it in and I've not experienced feathering nor bleedthrough, even on the lower quality paper I use at work. It looks great on white & cream colored papers. It is my go-to red at work and at home. The bottle is simply stunning and it conjures the olden days. I love everything about this ink!
Date published: 2014-10-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from J. Herbin's 1670 anniversary ink I use Waterman's Rouge Audace with a fine nib to correct my students' papers. It is bright and cheerful, though some papers end like the Chinese "Death of a Thousand Cuts". But in J. Herbin's 1670 Anniversary ink a found a different red entirely: dark, bold, with gold flecks brightening its edges. It is a dye-based ink with Hematite in suspension, so the wrong pen might tend to clog, but used with the right pen it is problem-free. With my TWSBI's broader 1.1mm stub, the 1670's impact takes your breath away. Whether used in warning, a confession of love, or celebratory delight, J. Herbin's 1670 ink makes an unforgettable impression. I cannot recommend it highly enough.
Date published: 2014-10-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Rich and intense - very hard to flush out of a pen Wonderful colour, bit too pinky for me, I fail to see the coppery tones others report as my bottles all seem to have an intense pink undertone. That said this leaves a nice wet line and dries to a good solid red - manages to look dark red even with a needlepoint nib. My one issue with this ink - and the reason it lost a star - is that it is so very hard to flush out of a pen. I ended up soaking nib sections overnight and even, in one case, removing the feed to get the colour out. A problem I had not experienced with my pens before. I am now using this ink with dip pens only.
Date published: 2014-10-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Still a great ink Everyone note: it's been reformulated! Herbin tamed it down to try and make it less likely to damage pens. Less gold; less sheen. That said, it's still a great ink. The red alone is a good red, but it still will have a sheen -- just less of one -- if it goes on good and wet on the right paper.
Date published: 2014-10-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wonderful Ink I would have NEVER thought that I would like a red ink for my journal writing, but the 1670 ink by J. Herbin is a wonderful, smooth, two-tone medium to dark red that looks great on the paper and imparts a certain mystery and class to what I write. One caveat is that this ink has very fine gold particles in suspension, so you will want to gently shake the bottle well before filling your pen. I use a syringe. Highly recommended. I'll never use another red. Goulet's service is beyond wondwerful, with a handwritten thank you note on each packing slip. Very classy.
Date published: 2014-10-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from At a Loss of Words... Well, only partially Allow me to put it bluntly. I have never experienced extremely pleasurable (to the extent of giddy laughter) writing... until I used this ink. I cannot say enough about it. At least I try to, but I end up stumbling with my words because of how amazing it is. I was tentative at first on using it because it's so pretty in its bottle, but after deep cleaning my favorite pen (Pelikan M215 Demonstrator), I filled it. This ink is a total dream. It has truly set the bar for me. It goes well on any paper -- Tops Docket Gold, Moleskine, printer paper, Rhodia Webbie, etc. The flow is magical and just writing with it is inspiring. The color is rich and perfect. It does gunk up a little on the nib after a period of time. It doesn't effect the flow or anything. They actually warn of this on the box in a way. If at all possible, buy it. Cherish it. Use it. It won't be regretted!
Date published: 2014-10-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 1670 Ink Like everyone says, the colour of this is really amazing, and varied by stroke weight & paper type - I especially like it on the pure white Triomphe papers and some light grey parchment that I've tried it on. At least for me, I've found that this ink doesn't flow well in all pens - I had trouble with it skipping in some of my stub italic nibs, but it flows well in any of the medium nibs I've tried, and of course with the Glass Dip Pen which you just have to use to get the full effect of using the ink out of that great looking bottle. Only drawback is that the bottle neck is a bit narrow for filling most larger pens, but who cares.
Date published: 2014-10-20
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