Kuretake - Art Nouveau Color Ink
Kuretake is established in 1902 during the flourishing "Art Nouveau" beauty movement. This ink series draws inspiration from color lithographs that were prevalent as popular art during that era. Kuretake adopted the six new popular colors of the time and put it into the bottle for glass pen and fountain pen users to enjoy.
An ink inspired by the dull rose color that was popular during the Victorian era. Old means "grayish".
An ink inspired by the color of the glaze made in Hungary's Zsolnay kiln, which became famous at the Paris Expo.
A bright red-yellow ink inspired by colors produced in the early 19th century, one of the colors representative of Art Nouveau.
This color became very popular due to the dress worn by Queen Victoria, and many women wearing dresses in this color were depicted on posters at the time. The world's first chemical dye developed by William Perkin.
An ink inspired by the city created by concrete, a color that complements other Art Nouveau colors.
The reddish-brown tone reminiscent of mahogany used in furniture was a color often used as a natural element in Art Nouveau.
- Type: Water-based
- Compatibility: Fountain pens, glass pens
- Content: 20 gr