Diamine Eau de Nil on Leuchtturm1917

Ink

Diamine Eau de Nil is a medium teal colour ink that leans more blue than green. It has an average flow.

On Leuchtturm1917 paper, there is shading and , no sheen, no feathering and some bleedthrough.

Writing Sample

This is written with a TWSBI ECO-T medium nib.

Writing sample of Diamine Eau de Nil ink on Leuchtturm1917 planner
Writing sample of Diamine Eau de Nil ink on Leuchtturm1917 planner
Writing sample of Diamine Eau de Nil ink on Leuchtturm1917 planner

Disclaimer: This ink was purchased by me and all opinions/photos are my own. This post was not sponsored.


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4 responses to “Diamine Eau de Nil on Leuchtturm1917”

  1. Linda Green Avatar
    Linda Green

    I so appreciate your experiments. The deal breaker for me here lies in two words: “some bleedthrough.” Nope.

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    1. Wei Avatar

      Thank you! I’m glad that you found it useful. I do find that the paper Leuchtturm1917 uses is more absorbent and causes more bleedthrough with a variety of inks. Leuchtturm1917 came out with a 120gsm paper (in dot grid only) which is supposedly better for fountain pen inks. I have not personally tried it yet, perhaps one day…

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  2. Danny Watts Avatar

    Love the color, I wonder if the ink would also billed through on Rhodia paper? What is the gsm of this paper?

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    1. Wei Avatar

      Leuctturm1917 uses 80gsm paper, which is same as Rhodia. I did a test on Rhodia paper using the same ink last year: https://inkcrediblecolours.com/2021/09/30/diamine-eau-de-nil-rhodia/ The result is a little feathering and a little bleedthrough (not as much as Leuchtturm1917).

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