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Never seen that one before, thank you!

"The trouble with the world is that the stupid are cocksure and the intelligent are full of doubt."

 

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David: this is a beautiful ink! is it a very wet ink of more normal (let's say, I use Iroshizuku inks from time to time which I find pretty wet)

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Hi, Francois.

 

The Stipula Calamo inks are pretty dry. They are much drier than Iroshizuku inks. I think they are even a bit drier than Pelikan 4001's. Similar to Visconti inks.

 

I use the Stipula inks mostly in Stipula pens, but they work well in other makes that tend to come with wet writing nibs. I wouldn't even try a Stipula ink in a Waterman or a Pilot pen.

 

David

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