Diamine 150th Anniversary 40ml Terracotta Diamine introduces new 150th Anniversary Ink Refills in eight lively colors and unique design ink bottle to celebrate 150 years of era. Throughout all the alternation over the time, Diamine Co. has been able to uphold their status by offering finest quality fountain pen refill with conventional method and system. Today, Diamine Co. probably manufactures the wide range of colors in the globe. Diamine Ink are the first option for most of the pen devotee, as it goes along with all kinds of brands.
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5 / 5
So far I mostly concur with Anevsky. I have only inked this in an Edison extra-fine nib pen so far. For me it shades very well with all the paper types I have (see my other ink reviews) and yes, it runs a bit dry in my Edison. Color trends to the darker reds with this EF nib on all paper except the sugar cane paper from Staples, which definitely exhibited orange hues.
I am undecided about this ink yet, It doesn't have that "wow" factor of Diamine's Ancient Copper. However, I did use a very wet medium nib with the Ancient Copper and I believe that Terracotta deserves the same opportunity. Otherwise, I have no real complaints with how the ink performed. Further experience will tell. Was this review helpful? Yes No 0 of 0 users found this review helpful. Tweet
4 / 5 anevsky Great-shading orange-brown ink I have been using this ink for a while now and love it! Its appearance varies wildly on the page, however. In a very dry writer, it can appear as a light orange, not very appealing, color. However, in a wet-writing pen, it has a great deal of "pop," as well as shading, on any page, but seems to be especially pronounced on white paper. It performs very well on good (Rhodia) paper, but can bleed a bit on cheap, copier paper (keep in mind, I'm using wet pens, though). Still, if you're looking for an orange that's not too bright on the eyes, still stands out on the page, and tends toward a reddish brown, this is a great one! It's not too far from Diamine Ancient Copper, but doesn't seem to have the strange clogging and gunk-forming issues that are common to that ink. It's also not terribly far from Noodler's Antietam. Terracotta is actually a very good description of its look, although think dark terracotta. Was this review helpful? Yes No 0 of 0 users found this review helpful. Tweet