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Ferris Wheel Press Fountain Pen Ink - Tanzanite Sky 85mL

Ferris Wheel Press Fountain Pen Ink - Tanzanite Sky 85mL


 
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Ferris Wheel Press Fountain Pen Ink - Tanzanite Sky 85mL

This Ferris Wheel Press fountain pen inks feature rich saturated tones. The bottle is a work-of-art, featuring a heavy duty brass cap, meant to be displayed proudly on any desk. The bottle comes with a practical velvet pouch if you want to store the ink away for a longer period of time.

85mL

Average Rating: Average Rating: 3.5 of 5 3.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 Write a review »

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4 of 5 Elegant and great for work; definitely purple June 3, 2020
Reviewer: Pat D from Toronto, ON Canada  
Got a sample of this to try as I'm looking for a nice dark blue for work. I would echo the other reviewer in saying that it is a very dark purple (definitely a blue/black leaning purple). I've got it with a Pilot fine nib, and I occasionally see a bit of lighter (dare I say shading) on the tips of some letters, but largely solid. I think it's a nice and serious shade of purple that's fits my use for daily work correspondence while being a little less boring than a conventional blue or black. That being said, I'm personally looking for a warmer dark blue, so I won't be pursuing a bottle of this one. The hex code #27214f  is a decent approximation to how it shows up for me (though I largely write on Leuchtturm/Moleskine paper which skews a bit yellow-cream coloured).

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3 of 5 This ink is a very very very dark ink November 9, 2019
Reviewer: Sol from Toronto, ON Canada  
This ink is a very very very dark ink / For weight it doesn’t slack / It comes off nearly black / But no, it’s really purple (so it says). So dark, it’s pretty much impossible to discern any shading, or even any colour at all, unless you’re looking at it under very bright light — but again, that might be because I’m using a flex nib which fronts all fine unless you exert a modicum of pressure. I wouldn’t even hazard to call it aubergine. Wetter than Kyo Iro, which ain’t saying much, but not as wet as a Diamine or Pilot Iroshizuku. Another futile attempt to do what Blue on the Plains of Abraham didn't. I doubt I’ll try it again, but that’s no reason you shouldn’t.

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