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Queen Allium

$22.00 USD
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Capturing the spirit of the historic fashion district in Toronto, our newest collection of ink colours channels the artistry of the world’s greatest couturiers, and pays homage to the renowned streets that make up the fabric of this neighbourhood – Queen St., Bathurst St., and Spadina Ave.

Comprised of three new fresh spring tones, we draw inspiration from three classic fashion patterns and textiles. Express your creative self fully with this idyllic collection.

Queen Allium
Ink Tone: Allium Purple, sparkling gold
Characteristics: Refreshing, scintillating, fashionable


• 38ml ink reservoir
• Rich and saturated tones
• Gold Shimmer
• Water-based and compatible with all fountain pens
• Signature brass cap

Once Upon a Design

The latest additions to the Ferris Wheel Press universe take us on a local journey through Toronto’s historic fashion district.
Take a stroll with us down Queen Street West, discovering its perennial lineup of bead establishments as we select the perfect sequin embellishments for this design. Inspired by the playful vintage embroidery of Elsa Schiaparelli and Bob Mackie, we have channeled the helter skelter and alternative pride of Queen West. We charge you to make a statement with this allium toned ink on every page, sentence and stanza.

Notable design details:

  • Delicate and intricate embroidery, sequins and seed beads create a beautiful ferris wheel, an haute couture take on a classic accessory
  • When looking for beads in Toronto, where does one go? Inspired by Queen West and the multitude of bead stores with decades of history
  • Shimmering gold, inspired by golden embroidery thread

Customer Reviews

Based on 11 reviews
punchier than the internet says

thought this might be a dusty lavendar, but NOPE. it is a sparkly and intensely saturated mid-tone purple. I am enjoying the complete lack of magenta and fuchsia undertones and experimenting with layering the ink for increasing shimmer. it writes a little but dry for me, but I am using it as an illustration ink anyway. :)

Katherine Graham
Queen indeed...

This is one of the strongest shimmer inks I have, it makes me feel fancy to write with haha. I'm enjoying this and Adventurine, both strongly contrasting shimmers to the ink color.

Carly Kap

It’s a great low shade of purple that mixes so well with the glitter. Looking forward to writing with this one more!

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