Pilot Iroshizuku Ink
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Pilot Iroshizuku Ink

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Code: IROSHIZUKUINK
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Stunning range of inks from Pilot Namiki

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These high end inks are from Japanese manufacturer Pilot and are designed to reflect the colours of the natural world. The name is derived from the Japanese for colouring (iro) and droplet (shizuku) and they are generally considered one of the finest inks on the market. Described by reviewers as being one of the few inks that works in any pen with any nib on any paper, they come in beautiful, minimalist packaging reminiscent of perfume bottles. There is a v-shaped dip in the bottom of the bottle so you can get every last drop out and they come in a smart silver box. Choose from 22 unique colours.

  • 22 beautiful colours
  • Suitable for all fountain pens
  • 50ml of ink in each bottle
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Perfect, vibrant, and highly collectible
Written by Tony ( 6/5/2015)
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I own several Iroshizuku inks, most of which were gifts (with the odd bottle here and there as a treat!). I haven't had a colour yet that I'm unhappy with, from the brights (kosumosu, chiku-rin, fuyu-gaki) to the dark (sho-ro, tsuki-yo, Kiri-same), and find them excellent for colouring. I loaded each into a J Herbin rollerball pen, and despite not having change the ink for several months, all work perfectly well with no skipping or drying - testament to an excellent quality ink. I layer them too, to give subtle shading, though when writing the colour tends to be more flat. The only issue I have, and it doesn't really bother me that much, is that Clairefontaine paper (and possibly some others) seems to show an odd sort of colour bleed around certain shades, typically the dark blues. It probably isn't so obvious when writing, however. As a treat or a gift, I can't think of anything better! It's a worthwhile investment, as they really will last you a long, long time.

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