Polar Brown

Polar Brown is one of the most durable fountain pen inks that Noodler's makes - once dried upon cellulose paper it exhibits that sought after resistance to bleaches and the chemical tools of the forger as well as UV light resistance and pH neutrality. The color is a fiery brown with hints of Dante within the halo of the line - which explodes upon the page if one makes a sample line upon a wet paper towel to see this … [Read more...]

La Reine Mauve

The name conjures up images of royal purple and the artwork is indeed very much related to the royals of France. Alas, the evolution of this ink and this label incorporated the input of more than 1,000 Noodler's Ink aficionados and references to vintage inks spanning nearly 100 years. It was proposed with grace and compelling evidence of its need by an intense fan of this sector of the light spectrum - only wished for in … [Read more...]

Borealis Black

The label artwork depicts the Northern Lights in all their colorful glory because the ink absorbs their full spectrum. This is a conventional black ink from the 1950s, super smooth writing, shades well, and perfect for artists and calligraphers with fast flex pen work to do. It is water resistant on most paper grades - HOWEVER, unlike other grades of Noodler's Black (Standard Black, Polar Black, Heart of Darkness, and … [Read more...]

Baystate Concord Grape & Cranberry

The reintroduction of a rare (and as of recently unavailable) mid-1940s family of inks that was once very popular in the New England area has been well received by enough pen users to warrant the expansion of these inks. Despite the highly unusual nature of this ink family (particularly when Baystate Blue is compared to far weaker nondurable modern inks) many Noodler's customers have requested that it be expanded beyond … [Read more...]

Baystate Blue (Waterproof)

At the end of World War II a colonial style blue ink was made in Boston, Massachusetts. Similar to a cobalt blue - though not an acid ink, it replicated blue ink from a much earlier era. There is a bottle in the Noodler's collection of vintage inks - and the color is extremely intense. “Baystate Blue” is Noodler’s conventional (waterproof) version of the classic colonial era blue based upon how the original formulas … [Read more...]

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