Ziller started out as a full-service award and recognition studio founded by master penman Frederick W. Tambyn in 1894. The company was later transformed into 'Ziller of Kansas City', and was not only built upon the talents of Tamblyn himself, but also upon the universal love of the handwritten word and the beauty in ornamental writing and flourishing.
The collection of Ziller Inks below are made from very finely ground pigments that flow well with pointed pen nibs. They are light-fast, waterproof and pH balanced for archival stability. They work well on a range of surfaces, from paper to wood and also tiles.
They tend to have a thicker consistency than that of Higgins Eternal Ink, however, they can easily be diluted with a few drops of distilled water.