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I've corrected the scans, because the white balance was off! I think it is more accurate like this!
SORRY :blush:

The older scan: here

http://www.kephost.com/images4/2013/5/31/a1_2013_5_31_87esyj0f6u.jpg

 

http://www.kephost.com/images4/2013/5/31/a1_2013_5_31_0g5ss75vn7.jpg

 

http://www.kephost.com/images4/2013/5/31/a1_2013_5_31_8igohvbae5.jpg

 

http://www.kephost.com/images4/2013/5/31/a1_2013_5_31_kn75x0n5xy.jpg

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Thanks for the review!

That settles it. I am ordering some tomorrow. I have been contemplating it for some time now. I think my Swan will love it.

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Oh wow - thanks for this review!

 

Today I bought a 1.1mm nib for my Safari, and I'm expecting some Scabiosa in the mail, so this is very timely.

✒️ :happyberet:

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Great review Attika. I'm glad you like the ink. Cellopen, you're going to love it in the Swan.


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Thanks for the review!

That settles it. I am ordering some tomorrow. I have been contemplating it for some time now. I think my Swan will love it.

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I'm glad it helped you to decide! It is really a very nice ink!

 

Oh wow - thanks for this review!

 

Today I bought a 1.1mm nib for my Safari, and I'm expecting some Scabiosa in the mail, so this is very timely.

Haha! Great! :thumbup:

My Safari's nib is 'grinded' by me, because it's nib was damaged. I wanted to buy a 1.1 or 1.5 for it, but I took a try...

 

 

Great review Attika. I'm glad you like the ink. Cellopen, you're going to love it in the Swan.

 

Thank you Uncle Red!

It really lived up to my expectations :bunny01:

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I've corrected the scans, because the white balance was off! I think it is more accurate like this!
SORRY :blush:

The right one is the corrected one.

http://www.kephost.com/images4/2013/5/31/a1_2013_5_31_8de732egzg.jpg

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I use this ink everyday. One great thing about it is its look improves with age.

Yes, that is true. I love these kind of inks!

The Diamine China Blue has a sort of same behavior, but it actually goes lighter while drying.

Love these two inks!

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Looks like a nice charcoal color :thumbup: thanks for sharing

Pens are like watches , once you start a collection, you can hardly go back. And pens like all fine luxury items do improve with time

 

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I had been avoiding this because I didn't really like dark purples (Noodler's North African Violet is more my line). But this review is making me rethink (and I do like Salix quite a bit).

Great, swell. Yet *another* ink I want to try -- and when I have precisely zero dollars in discretionary budget at the moment....

Sigh. This website is just entirely too dangerous.

Ruth Morrisson aka inkstainedruth

"It's very nice, but frankly, when I signed that list for a P-51, what I had in mind was a fountain pen."

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Sigh. This website is just entirely too dangerous.

Ruth Morrisson aka inkstainedruth

 

Totally, with you! I told myself, I would not buy another ink until I tried and reviewed some of the inks already in my collection. Hence, I spent hours today playing with inks and tomorrow my clients will think I have some sort of inky leprosy.

 

 

Attika - thank you for the wonderful review!

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