Gold Fountain Pen ink
There are two main main issues with the ink:
1. the gold dust that's combined in will settle and autumn harvest in the bottom of container (as well as the insides of the pen) within a quarter-hour. I'm uncertain how you're designed to have constant scintillating lettering if silver does not stay mixed uniformly in the ink. As expected some letters (mostly the first from the web page) will likely to be shiny, and on the rest you are going to find it difficult to detect the sparkle.
2. All this work gold particulate matter when you look at the ink makes me n't need to make use of it during my nicer pens. I'm concerned about it getting stuck when you look at the feed or components of the system. We have an italic Pilot Prera demonstrator that I'm comfortable using using this ink because I'm able to a) begin to see the gold-dust gathering regarding the sides and b) take it apart for cleansing. I would personallyn't put it to use in a more high priced, or opaque, pen.
In addition to that, you get an intermittent great shimmer, and grey shade is great.
You will need to fill your pen fresh for every usage. Get your entire thank-you notes or Christmas time cards all set at one time.