Rohrer and Klinger

Review: Rohrer and Klinger Alt-Goldgrün

Goldgrün is translated from German to gold-green. This is a very apt name for the ink. It’s an interesting blend of green and yellow. It’s appearance changes quite a bit depending on the pen and ink combination you use. Personally in my F nib, it is looking more green than gold. This is an interesting ink and I can see why people love it.

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Review: Rohrer and Klingner Blu Mare

I do not have much experience with Rohrer and Klingner. Blu Mare is a turquoise ink by Rohrer and Klingner. It’s bright, cheerful colour that pops right off the page. It shades nicely even in a Japanese nib going from a cerulean blue to a light shade bright blue-green. It shifts between a greener or bluer turquoise depending on the paper and nib. Blu Mare is fairly lubricated and feels like a wet ink. If you are are looking for a nice bright turquoise, Blu Mare is one to check out.

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