About the Ink from Pennonia's Director:
Many Pennonia inks are named after past experiences, moments and events from our childhood. In the case of Dandelion the ink brought back memories of me and my cousins playing on the village fields collecting dandelions in order to make “jewelry” for ourselves. The Hungarian name for the plant is quite descriptive as it literally translates to “Children's chain grass”.
The stem of the dandelion is hollow so if you want, you can chain them together to create necklaces, earrings or other decorations. If you are skilled, like my cousin, dandelion can also be used to make beautiful crowns too!
To top it all off, it’s also really fun to blow of the seeds after the flowers have bloomed!
Each bottle is hand labelled using Clairfontaine Clairmail 60 g/m2 white paper and the bottles themselves are pharmaceutical grade amber glass bottles to protect the inks from UV light. The wide mouth of the bottle (4 cm) is excellent for filling any kind of fountain pens and reduces the chances of accidentally tipping them over when filling.
All inks carefully packed into simple-yet-beautiful boxes to keep them safe during transport right until they reach your shelves.
Listen to how the name of this ink is pronounced on Pennonia's website here.
Swatches on Clairefontaine paper.
- Volume: 60ml
- Bottle Material: Glass
- Color: Yellow