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1670 Inks

J.Herbin

j. Herbin was established in 1670 in Paris nearby the towers of Notre-Dame. Ink production started during the First French Empire. The inks were used by Napoleon Bonaparte, and then by his son, the King of Rome. During the 19th century, Herbin participated in many great international exhibitions including the London exhibit in 1823 where he was ...

j. Herbin was established in 1670 in Paris nearby the towers of Notre-Dame. Ink production started during the First French Empire. The inks were used by Napoleon Bonaparte, and then by his son, the King of Rome. During the 19th century, Herbin participated in many great international exhibitions including the London exhibit in 1823 where he was given an award for the exceptional quality of his inks and waxes.
Today, Herbin inks are widely used and internationally renowned. To celebrate the 340th Anniversary of the brand, we are introducing the "1670" ink especially made for this event. With a dark red color and earthy tone, it is a reminder of the historic color of the Herbin logo and the sealing wax used by the members of the royal courts. This rich deep dye ink will bring brightness and majesty to all your writing.

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J.Herbin Ink bottle, 1670 Inks serie Emeraude de Chivor ink (With flecks of gold)

H15035T (21019)
J.Herbin Ink bottle, 1670 Inks serie Emeraude de Chivor  ink  (With flecks of gold)

Emeraude de Chivor

With flecks of gold

J. Herbin is said to have kept an emerald in his pocket during his voyages as a good luck charm. These precious gemstones have been treasured for centuries for having magical healing properties and as protective talismans. One of the purest emerald deposits in the world, the Chivor mine in the Andes was discovered in the middle of the 16th century by Spanish conquistadors.
Chivor emeralds were much in demand, and the royalty of India, Persia and Turkey sought the New World treasures once the gems arrived in Europe. Emeralds were enormously popular in the Mughal Court of India, whose rulers referred to them as "Tears of the Moon" because of their opaque transparency.
Emeraude de Chivor is an elegant emerald green ink with flecks of gold.



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Ink bottle
J.Herbin
1670 Inks
Emerald ink
Glass
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