Introducing Robert Oster Inks!

We here at Goulet are super excited to announce the newest addition to our ink selections, Robert Oster Signature inks! These gorgeous inks are handmade in Australia, inspired by the breathtaking sights and landscapes of that gorgeous country. In his message on each of the product pages for these inks, Robert Oster explains “Robert Oster Signature originates from one of the most famous wine producing regions of the world, the Coonawarra district of South Australia, an idyllic setting with great influence on the senses. There is my inspiration. It is a joy to share with you.” With ink colors like Australian Sky Blue, Bondi Blue, and Barossa Grape, it’s easy to see these gorgeous influences at play.



Reds & Pinks

From the cheery hue of Pinky to the dark and delicious Astorquiza Rot,
Robert Oster Signature’s selection of red/pinks is sure to astonish.
These vibrant inks are great for the teacher that needs a new grading
ink or the hopeless romantic in search of the perfect color in which to
pen their next amorous epistle.



Oranges & Yellows

Nothing says happiness like a great yellow or orange ink. For a golden
glow, look to Green Olive, or try orange zest for a pop of sweetness in
your writing. Across the spectrum of options, the Orange/ Yellows are
pretty brilliant choices to jazz up your ink collection. The instant favorite orange among the Goulet Team is Ng Special ’16, a great shading ink with a broad range of hues. Sketching enthusiasts and artists, be sure to add this one to your wishlist!



Greens

Make your friends green with envy at the beauty of your ink. The
selection of green inks available from Robert Oster Signature run the
gambit of vibrant to reserved, all equally beautiful. Grab Moss or
Spearmint for a great subdued ink choice or Light Green or Green Lime to
lighten things up and have some fun. Jade is a great ink with huge shading potential. It is fun and vibrant but still a classic shade.

Turquoises

Who doesn’t love a tranquil turquoise ink for those calm, relaxed
writing days? Whether you lean towards a green-blue or a true turquoise
blue, there is an ink here for you. Australian Sky Blue will have you
dreaming of springtime days, staring at the clouds in the sky.
Tranquility lives up to it’s name with it’s subtle hue, perfect for easy
writing with an ink that won’t shock and startle the eye. But the standout gem in this color family has been Fire & Ice. This ink has been an instant favorite among many who have tried it so far. How could you not love this beautiful color?

Blues
You can never go wrong with a blue ink and Robert Oster Signature definitely has the right shade for everyone. Maybe you’re looking for the elegant navy of Blue Night for all your formal or business writing, or the fun, fanciful Blue Denim for a cheerful addition to your next letter or card. Or maybe you want to dial up the drama and take a turn with Bondi Blue, in hopes of coaxing some sheen from it. The choice is yours but it may be tough to choose just one in this bevy of beautiful blue inks.

Purples

Purple is the color of royalty. Amongst these stunning purple shades in the collection, the queen or king of your ink collection may lay hiding. Drink in the deep burgundy- purple splendor of Claret, so delicious to the eyes that you can almost taste the wine for which it is named. Or look to Barossa Grape for a fun, true purple that will add a little colorful indulgence to your writing.

Browns/Blacks

Everyone needs a solid black or brown in their ink collection, but why choose the same hues over again, branch out and add some excitement to these basic ink choices with the brown/ black inks from Robert Oster. Gold Antiqua will blow you away with it’s sheening and shading and the color, which can vary from yellow to brown, is never boring. For a more subdued and reserved choice, look to Dark Chocolate, a rich, warm brown that is professional with a twist of unconventional fun in its departure from a standard black.

These inks are available in 50ml bottles, which are completely
recyclable and are manufactured in Australia’s first carbon neutral
plastics plant, as well as 2ml ink samples. You can grab a bottle for $16 or a sample for $1.50 at GouletPens.com.  
Which one looks most appealing to you?

Write on,
The Goulet Pen Company Team
2017-10-11T14:42:24+00:00 January 10th, 2017|Ink Reviews|14 Comments
  • stick campbell

    So glad you’re carrying these! I picked up a couple bottles at the San Francisco Pen Show last year and they’re delightful to write with. Moss is a great alternative to blue & black for work.

  • Susan Jensen

    I am so excited you are going to carry Robert Oster Inks…I just discovered these inks over the weekend…you are terrific!

  • Rollo_the_Cat

    I am color blind so i need some help here. What are the differences between Midnight Sapphire and Blue Night? And what do you make of Purple Rock compared to the other purples?

    • Lydia At Goulet Pens

      Midnight Sapphire is more of a dusky purple/grey-blue and Blue Night is closer to a navy/ dark blue.

      Purple Rock is very nice, much more purple than the other, not as much red in it. 🙂

    • mmf912

      I have Purple Rock and in my pen it’s more grey than purple… I’m using a custom medium stub that’s pretty wet.

  • prairiegl

    Purple Rock (looks close to my college alum colors) and Australian Sky are very pretty!

  • Tom Johnson

    The Astorquiza Rot looks quite unique with amazing shading. The Gold Antiqua too. Some amazing shades in this collection. Looking forward to seeing some of these on the Monday Matchups (both Goulet’s and customer’s Matchups).

    • Lydia At Goulet Pens

      Astorquiza Rot was Madigan’s instant favorite when we were testing these inks. It is such a versatile and intriguing ink. Definitely work checking out! Gold Antiqua is a beautiful one too!

  • Jamie Mishra

    I’m hoping these will be a readily available ink, easy to get, no manufacturing issues, etc. I really love the colors and I hope this brand will stay for a long time.

  • Kathy

    These are gorgeous, and I can’t wait to try them. Gold Antigua and Bronze look quite interesting, with good shading. Of course the turquoises and blues speak to me loudly and clearly!!!

    • Lydia At Goulet Pens

      I definitely think you should give Fire and Ice a try, Kathy, as well as Bondi Blue and Torquay. Those colors blew us away when we were testing inks and I could see you loving them. 🙂

  • Aquaria

    Really torn between the Tranquility and Marine! I’ll have to sleep on this.

  • Tommy

    Do you plan on offering a sample set/package for this brand?

  • Marine and Viola look gorgeous~