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Dancing Thyme

$22.00 USD
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Description

Embark on a melodious voyage through the lively French Quarter of New Orleans, joining the sophisticated Madame Mulberry as she relaxes in the embrace of smooth jazz. As the sun bids adieu, the nocturnal revelry unfolds. Balconies adorned with twinkling lights paint the night, while harmonious bars of music waltz through the air, casting a spell of enchantment over the spirited celebration. Let your words swing and sway to the jazzy beats of creativity, as Dancing Thyme transforms your writing into a melodic masterpiece.

Ink Tone: Thyme Green
Characteristics: Serene, earthy, mellow

Features

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

Once Upon a Design

Notable design details:

  • Music coaxes Madam Mulberry out onto the hotel balcony, delighting her with its complexity.
  • Other friendly faces can be found throughout the composition, is that Lord Evergreen on the top story?
  • Beautiful wrought iron balconies wrap around the hotel, inspired by the architecture of the Quartier Français.

Customer Reviews

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Ben Hall

I'm relatively new to the interesting world of fountain pens, dip pens, and ink. Ferris Wheel Press is recommended by many, so I ordered up a bunch of colors that looked interesting. I love my dark greens...my black-greens... but wanted a something that was a bit lighter in color. Dancing Thyme fits that bill perfectly. I'm no color expert, but the color of the ink reminds me of dried thyme from the garden. Lovely shade. Went down nicely with the dip pen - lots of contrast and shading. No bleed thru or feathering that I can see with the naked eye. Very pleased with this ink.

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Sheila Lai

Love this green! Especially in Tomoegawa paper. Pictured are swatches on Sanzen (left) and Tomoegawa (right)

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