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Kaweco ink in a nice designed bottle. Each inkwell contains 30 ml Kaweco ink and is sealed with a paper sealing to show that it is unused.
For using Kaweco pens with ink from the bottle you need a converter. For all Sport series we recommend the Mini-Converter. For big Kaweco pens we recommend the normal Kaweco Converter.
Both Converters you can find here in the shop.
Already 5000 years ago the Egyptians have written on papyrus reeds with rushes. The Chinese also have written in 2600 BC with some kind of laquer and a bamboo pole. In the Roman Empire the Iron gall ink was invented but had the disadvantage when the paper decomposed with the age. The so-called "ink corrosion" originated. This type of ink have long been in use. When the first metal nibs were invented in 1750 the recipe needed to be changed because the steel springs rusted immediately with that ink. To date, the ink has been greatly developed and scientifically perfected so it has a perfect flow behaviour.