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Herbin India inks are very rich in shellac. Its colors are transparent, except for the black color which is pigmented. It is indelible, resistant to water and most solvents. It can be used with a feather or a brush and becomes shiny when drying. It is indelible and solvent resistant. Artists appreciate it for the permanence of color. Also called "China Ink", this ink's primary component is the lacquer found in the Punjab region of India. Herbin began production of India ink in 1829. Every 50ML Bottle of Black India Ink can be used with a feather or a brush and becomes shiny when drying.
Herbin's calligraphy and specialty inks include rich metallics, shimmering pearlescents, and inks steeped in history. These inks are not for fountain pens. They are best suited for steel nibs, glass or quill pens, calames and brushes.