Now located in Liverpool, the history of Diamine dates back to 1864 when the company was founded by T Webster and Co. in London. The business moved to Liverpool in 1925 and T Webster and Co. changed its name to Diamine in 1964. However, changes of company ownership had all but killed the brand until its resurrection in the early 2000s.
Diamine produces a selection of their ink colours in international standard size cartridges, supplied in boxes of either 6 or 18 cartridges (please check before ordering). Also available in selection packs of 20 cartridges.
These are standard size cartridges 38mm long (often called "international" or "international standard"). See this page for pens that are compatible. Please note that these cartridges will not fit Parker pens.
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