New J. Herbin 1670 Anniversary Emerald of Chivor

J. Herbin is said to have kept an emerald in his pocket during his voyages as a good luck charm. These precious gemstones have been treasured for centuries as protective talismans. One of the purest emerald deposits in the world, the Chivor mine was discovered in the middle of the 16th century by Spanish conquistadors.

New J. Herbin 1670 Anniversary Emerald of Chivor
J Herbin 1670 Anniversary Emerald of Chivor with Writing Sample
Chivor emeralds were much in demand, and the emperors and royalty of India, Turkey and Persia sought the New World treasures once the gems arrived in Europe. Emeralds were enormously popular with the Mughal Court, whose emperors referred to them as “Tears of the Moon” because of their opaque transparency.

This beautiful emerald green blue ink contains gold flecks throughout, enhancing your writing with an elegance and beauty that is unmatched by other inks. Each 50ml bottle is hand dipped in sealing wax with a stamped “1670” seal on the front and individually packaged in a collector edition box.

**UPDATED** October 6, 2015 - J. Herbin's Emerald of Chivor is now available in steady supply after a long-awaited release that came in late August. For tips on how to get the most enjoyment out of your bottle of sparkly, sheening ink, please read our article on Hot to Get Maximum Satisfaction from your J. Herbin 1670 Anniversary Ink.
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