I116. Old World Oak Gall Ink An oak gall ink made with period recipes and materials including oak galls, iron salts, logwood dyes and acacia gum (Gum Arabic). Oak gall ink was used for many medieval manuscripts and is very popular today for Spencerian and Copperplate. For paper and vellum. Dries waterproof. 2 oz bottle.
This ink can be reconstituted using distilled water and letting it sit overnight. Then stir well and break up any solids.
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"It is really nice and darker than regular iron gall ink." - Nan DeLuca.
"This ink is teriffic! Smooth off the pen, it is jet black with hairlines as fine as any penman could want." - Bob Hurford