It's finally here! A special collaboration between PenGallery and Diamine has brought us Jalur Gemilang - A vibrant sheening ink commemorating the reds and blues of the Malaysian flag, aka the Jalur Gemilang. Available exclusively at PenGallery. The unique blue with a deep red sheen.
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We have done the swatch for this ink and you can see the real color.
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Very happy to see a collaboration with diamine to produce our national flag ink. Really beautiful blue with red sheen.
I love this Ink. It doesn't leek out of my pen when it warms up and I love the different sheen it has as you look at it.
Proud of Pen gallery to be in collaboration with Diamine in producing this awesome looking ink! Love the sheen
This ink sheens more than I ever expected (on the right paper. Even on the wrong paper the blue is beautiful but on the write paper that red just adds to the beauty.
Ever since I first saw this imo I wanted it finally got it and is a really well behaved pretty ink, thanks pen gallery
Parcel packed nicely and arrived safely
I just received my bottle of Diamine Jamir Gemilang ink in the mail yesterday. I had a new uninked Baoer 388 sitting around. I thought the line would be too thin to show the read sheen but no. I saw it right away. Such a beautiful blue with a hint of red, like ripe huckleberries. I’m very happy with this ink.
Pen Gallery's packing skills are too great.
I'll put their delicacy into writing first.
They sent the ink stopper and the soldier wrapped in tissue paper to prevent the ink from leaking out during the shipment.
Then, put them in a small vinyl bag.
The end was well covered with tape.
Put them all in the original box of the product.
He taped it to another paper box.
He's packing it up again.
Finally, he sent it again in a vinyl delivery bag.
I don't know who packed it and sent it to me
If there's a Nobel Prize for packaging,
I'd like to recommend him.
It has a very nice dark blue but the so called red sheen is more towards violet or pink. The sheen only shows if using very broad nib, and on non absorbant paper. Overall a nice ink.