Pelikan Edelstein Ink

Pelikan Edelstein Ink

Edeistein Ink is and exclusive line by Pelikan. The beginnings of the Pelikan Company trace back to the chemist Carl Hornemann, who made his customers an offer for oil paints, watercolors and for so called "farbige Dinten" - colored inks, on April 28, 1838. This price list - safely restored in the Pelikan archives - was the foundation of the company's manufacturing line, from which the worldwide known trademark Pelikan has developed. These inks are for wordsmithing, hand lettering, writing, calligraphy, drawing, and art.

Pelikan Edelstein Ink

Pelikan Edelstein Ink

Edeistein Ink is and exclusive line by Pelikan. The beginnings of the Pelikan Company trace back to the chemist Carl Hornemann, who made his customers an offer for oil paints, watercolors and for so called "farbige Dinten" - colored inks, on April 28, 1838. This price list - safely restored in the Pelikan archives - was the foundation of the company's manufacturing line, from which the worldwide known trademark Pelikan has developed. These inks are for wordsmithing, hand lettering, writing, calligraphy, drawing, and art.