This Week’s Ink – December 22, 2012

Time to get back to a this week’s ink post, but with a slight variation. Rather than inking up six or seven pens for the week ahead I’ll just recap the pens that are currently inked.

The currently inked pens are:

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Links are to my review if there is one, otherwise the latest post about the pen or ink.

Faber-Castell E-Motion Rhombus White (Medium) – Diamine Oxblood // Franklin-Christoph Model 19 “1901” (Broad Italic) – Waterman Florida Blue // Faber-Castell Basic Black Leather (Medium) – included blue ink cartridge // Edison Collier Antique Marble (X-Fine) – Diamine Ochre // Edison Pearl 2012 LEE (X-Fine) – Private Reserve Ebony Brown // Edison Nouveau Premiere LE (Fine) – Diamine Ochre // Sailor 1911 Burgundy (Medium)Lierre Sauvage

Then there’s:

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Franklin-Christoph Model 02 Intrinsic (M. Italic) – Waterman Florida Blue // Sailor Pro Gear Imperial Black (Fine) – Sailor Black Ink Cartridge // Pilot Vanishing Point Gunmetal/Matte Black (Needlepoint XXXF) – Rohrer & Klingner Morinda // Franklin-Christoph Model 66 Stabilis (X-Fine)Rohrer & Klingner Blau-Schwarz // Gate City New Postal (Fine) – Pelikan Brilliant Black // Waterman Edson Blue (Fine) – Waterman Florida Blue

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The Diamin Oxblood ink is new to me and I really like it. I tried it in another pen long enough to know I liked so ordered a bottle. But that pen leaked, so when the E-motion arrived it seemed like a good choice. I’ve run through most of a convertor already.

I’m still trying out brown inks. The Diamine Golden Brown didn’t make the cut but I really like the Diamine Ochre. I bought a bottle after trying the sample and I expect this ink to be in one or another pen on a nearly permanent basis.

The Private Reserve Ebony Brown is a nice dark brown. But I’m not sure I like it enough to make it a regular or buy a bottle. But I will be finishing up this pen and try the remaining sample in another one or two pens.

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