Firefly / Emerald / Forest Bottled Ink Set of 3 – Iroshizuku 15 ml

C$60.00

A set of three Iroshizuku ink bottles in a gift box (15 ml per bottle). Colours included in this set:

  • Firefly Glow (Hotaru-bi)
  • Emerald Green (Sui-gyoku)
  • Forest Green (Shin-ryoku)

This ink set is for you if you want to try out inks in various shades of green.

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Gift Wrap Design

pine/gold (C$2.50)

  • A gift wrapped in green tissue paper stamped with yellow Young W monograms. The gift is packaged with a yellow ribbon and gift tag. The gift tag reads: "To: Charlotte. From: Louise".
  • A gift wrapped in green tissue paper stamped with pink Young W monograms. The gift is packaged with a pink ribbon and gift tag. The gift tag reads: "To: Wilhelm. From: Daniel".

Gift Wrap Design

pine/gold (C$2.50)

  • A gift wrapped in green tissue paper stamped with yellow Young W monograms. The gift is packaged with a yellow ribbon and gift tag. The gift tag reads: "To: Charlotte. From: Louise".
  • A gift wrapped in green tissue paper stamped with pink Young W monograms. The gift is packaged with a pink ribbon and gift tag. The gift tag reads: "To: Wilhelm. From: Daniel".
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Sold By: Young W

These bottled ink sets are convenient for when you want to try out an ink colour first before purchasing a larger bottle. They also provide a range of colours for a variety of purposes, writing occasions and types of correspondence.

About iroshizuku (PRODUCED by PILOT):

The name ‘iroshizuku’ is a combination of the Japanese words ‘iro’ (colouring), expressing high standards and variation of colors, and ‘shizuku’ (droplet), that embodies the very image of dripping water. Each ink name derives from the expressions of beautiful Japanese natural landscapes and plants, all of which contribute to the depth of each individual hue.

  • Hotaru-bi / Firefly Glow: This shade of chartreuse green is inspired by the soft light of fireflies.
  • Sui-gyoku / Emerald Green: This shade of green is inspired by the deep green shine in a highly precious, esteemed emerald gemstone.
  • Shin-ryoku / Forest Green: This shade of green conjures up the unchanging color of a dense evergreen forest in a long winter.

 

How to use this ink

Use these inks in any fountain pen with a converter, for example in a Pilot MR2 Metropolitan fountain pen with a Pilot CON40 converter.

 

 


(Credits: Photos by Jenn Collins.)

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