The J. Herbin 350th anniversary Vert Atlantide ink celebrates the launch of the brand in Paris, back in 1670. It has a dark, intense colour, and is illuminated with both silver and gold glitter for a unique sparkle.
Vert Atlantide is a deep and elegant ink, with a silver veil and golden mist. Intended for writing and drawing, it evokes the lush greenery of Atlantis before its immersion into the ocean depth.
Jacques Herbin was an esteemed navigator who, according to legend, had a deep curiosity for missing places like Atlantis...The ink is made and bottled in Paris and comes in a luxurious 50ml glass bottle, with wax caps and seals that are a tribute to Herbin's origins as a wax maker. The Herbin logo is engraved on the bottom of the bottle.
Founded in 1670, J. Herbin is one of the oldest names in formal ink production in the world. The company's history can be traced back to a French sailor named Jacques Herbin, who drew on the techniques and innovations found on his voyages to establish himself as a master wax maker, later expanding into the production of ink and fine stationery.