Fountain Pen Ink

Selection of the best-bottled fountain pen inks, you can use safely with our fountain pens. With years of experience in the fountain pen world, we pride ourselves on stocking high-quality fountain pen inks from popular brands like TroublemakerDominant IndustryDiamine, FWP and TTLB.
Colors: Blue - Black - Red - Teal - Green - Purple - Brown - Orange - Pink - Turquoise - Yellow - Blue Black - Shimmer - Shading - Sheening

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We know that your writing instrument is only as good as the ink it uses. That's why we've hand-picked a carefully curated selection of bottled inks that are well-suited to our fountain pens, and are safe for you to use. From classic colours like black and blue, to more adventurous colours like turquoise and mango - we have something for every fountain pen enthusiast!

What is the best ink for a fountain pen?

The best ink for a fountain pen depends on your needs, the pen you are using, and how you like your handwriting to look. Some people prefer using a dry ink because it does not have any water in it, which can damage the nib of your fountain pen over time. Others might enjoy a wet ink because they like how much easier it is to write with and how much smoother their handwriting looks when they use one.

What kind of ink is used in fountain pens?

The ink used in fountain pens is either dye-based or pigment-based. Dye-based inks can be either water-soluble or permanent, while pigments are insoluble and provide more vivid colours than dye-based inks. Other special classes of inks combine the best features of dye-based and pigment-based inks, or add different types of properties and characteristics to create cool shading effects.

Can you use any ink in a fountain pen?

Yes, but not all inks are suitable for fountain pens. Certain inks can clog or otherwise damage the pen and nib.