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Winsor & Newton Calligraphy Inks
Calligraphy - meaning the art of beautiful writing, has been used in various forms since ancient times. From ancient Greece and Rome to the Middle Ages, calligraphy was seen as both a skilled art and the main source of written communication and expression until the invention of the printing press. Calligraphy today is increasingly popular and is enjoyed by professional and amateur artists from all over the world.
Winsor & Newton have used their expertise in the production of fine inks since the 1890s to create a wide range of colours which are brilliant and lightfast, allowing today's calligraphers to continue to create this important and flourishing art form.
The inks have been formulated with carefully chosen pigments to ensure maximum colour brilliance. Single pigments have been used where possible to enable clean colour mixes.
Winsor & Newton Calligraphy Inks have a permanence rating of AA or A, but are not waterproof.
The Inks are non-clogging and have good flow characteristics when used in fountain or dip pens. We recommend that you test the inks with your chosen pen to ensure optimum performance.
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As several other individuals have experienced, it seems to clog fountain pens and work poorly. One contributor said that the ink contains pigment particles rather than being soluble dye based like fountain pen inks are supposed to be, and it does seem to be the case with my use. Don't use this ink with fountain pens.
On the dip pen side, it's a pretty lackluster ink. I assume whoever formulated thought that if the ink was simply more runny, it would be fine to label it as a fountain pen ink, as I find it is much less viscous than my speedball/kuretake/yasutomo inks. While some people may enjoy this as it DOES make it more manageable, in the sense that it will clog less and run onto the page more easily, I find this characteristic to be rather negative.
It causes the ink to bleed more in the page, and too much ink to run off the pen causing thicker lines created with G nibs to pour a small puddle on the page. You also have to be very careful as the ink doesn't dip to the nib as well so if you load up your nib heavily it could conceivably drip off and ruin whatever you were working on.
Overall while it's a complete failure as a fountain pen ink in my book, I could see some people who want a dip pen ink that flows more easily to enjoy this ink. Despite this, I am not a fan.