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Pinks - Montblanc, Mb, Diamine, Iroshizuku, Tsutsuji, Kosomosu, Hope, Magenta


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Fountain pens are my preferred COLOR DELIVERY SYSTEM (in part because crayons melt in Las Vegas).



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Thank you Musicman123.

 

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I have Montblanc Pink, and the sheen is wonderful. I also have some other lovely pinks:

Caran d'Ache Colours of the Earth Sunset or Chromatics Divine Pink, and Pelikan Edelstein Turmaline

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Cheers Amberlea; I now know I don't need Montblanc's Pink, lovely as it is, so will thus move it further down the priority ranking.

 

Two questions, do you know if the Frantic Flamingo, apparently a 'dipping ink', is safe in fountain pens, and have you tried Monteverde's pink (it looks gorgeous!)?

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Frantic Flamingo is water resistant and FP safe. I haven't tried Monteverde Pink.

Fountain pens are my preferred COLOR DELIVERY SYSTEM (in part because crayons melt in Las Vegas).



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Ink comparisons: The Great PPS Comparison 366 Inks in 2016



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Monteverde Pink is a very light almost pastel pink. I do like the sample I have and wouldn't mind owning a bottle, but it just isn't that high on my list for some reason. You really need a wet pen with a broad nib to take full advantage of Monteverde Pink. I used it in an Ahab with a Goulet 1.5 stub.

 

From my observations, Monteverde Pink is more in the middle light pink; J Herbin Rose Tendresse has a blue-violet undertone and is a bit more neon; J Herbin Bouquet D'Antan is more subdued and has a slight grayish undertone to it. De Atramentis Heather Violet is also more on the pinkish-purple side but seems warmer and less neon than Rose Tendresse. Also to note, Sailor Jentle Peche is much more peachy in real life and not so purple as it appears in the scan.

 

All of these pink ink comparisons I did with a glass dip pen on Rhodia.

I hope this is helpful! :)

 

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Thank you for that comparison!!!!!

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My pleasure! :)

I need to do an updated comparisons of pinks and purples, this one seems old to me....at least a year or more. I think if I do a new one it will be on Tomoe River. Just have to get through the busy holiday season first! lol ;)

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