J. Herbin's first ink was created in 1700, making it the oldest name in pen inks in the world. Today these lovely, free-flowing, transparent inks for fountain pen are still manufactured in France. This rich blue ink is called "Éclat de Saphir," which translates to "sapphire shard." Use it for all kinds of writing and drawing.
Packaged in a 30 mL bottle with built-in pen rest. The bottle's shape also makes it easier to use the last drops of ink.