I bought some 2 oz and 4 oz amber glass Boston Rounds recently. They would mostly be for storage rather than actually working from (I spent part of Christmas night decanting some vintage Skrip Peacock into several of the 4 oz. bottles -- one of which I put an eyedropper cap on). But I realize now that the 2 oz. bottles in particular would not really be good to fill pens from except for the really thin ones like the Parker Vectors. So, since I don't have any *empty* bottles yet, I use sample vials or the 1 oz. nalgene bottles for travel purposes (but, being plastic rather than glass, I'm not convinced that either are an ideal "long term" storage solution).
When I *do* get to the point of empty bottles, I suspect that the Waterman bottle and the Sailor Jentle bottle (and possibly the empty Levenger bottle) will be my best bets. And of course the three Ackerman bottles -- but it's going to take a LONG time to empty those.... Especially since I keep getting distracted by
bright shiny objects other inks....
Ruth Morrisson aka inkstainedruth
@ alexcat -- Does that bottle have a screw-on cap? It's gorgeous -- but yet, other than the cap it does look like an Herbin bottle....
Edited by inkstainedruth, 28 December 2014 - 17:45.
"It's very nice, but frankly, when I signed that list for a P-51, what I had in mind was a fountain pen."