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Thanks Migo... I understand and agree with you about Burgundy, is not a real "burgundy"... BUT, I DO LOOOOVE my "Robert Oster's Burgundy"... I find it very rich and sheeny and is like a richer redder ancient copper. I really like it, and don't care that it doesn't fit the name. "A rose by any other name.... " ;)

 

 

Waiting on Moss too... I know I am going to love that one... :wub: :wub:

 

 

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The name really threw me. I find it too anemic to be burgundy, but lovely if you think of it as a red copper.

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I like the Emerald. It looks like what I think of as emerald, green.

vs. the Diamaine Emeraud de Chivor which is a teal color, which I understand is similar to that particular emerald.

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I have to thank you for this wonderful effort that was profoundly successful and generous.

 

I am just starting to look at his inks and WoW.

 

iT REALLY IS TRUE, SO MANY INKS AND SO LITTLE TIME!

 

“My tastes are simple: I am easily satisfied with the best.” - Winston Churchill

 

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I have to thank you for this wonderful effort that was profoundly successful and generous.

 

I am just starting to look at his inks and WoW.

 

iT REALLY IS TRUE, SO MANY INKS AND SO LITTLE TIME!

 

 

Thanks... there are 4 parts to this.... (Links to Part 1 - 4 are in the thread below)

 

https://www.fountainpennetwork.com/forum/topic/311559-robert-oster-signature-inks-part-4/

 

 

 

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Arriving late to this thread (as is my custom... :mellow: ), but just bought my first three Robert Oster inks. Here's Torquay —which seems not to have it's own thread, if my search on FPN is correct...

 

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I like it. More similar to Diamine Marine than I would have imagined, but not quite the exact value. [The instigator in me wants to suggest that these Oster inks are really Diamine inks —the same way that people think that Akkerman inks are made by Diamine... ;) wink-wink ]

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[The instigator in me wants to suggest that these Oster inks are really Diamine inks —the same way that people think that Akkerman inks are made by Diamine... ;) wink-wink ]

 

 

The instigator in you will be very wrong.... ;)

 

 

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