Products Home Welcome About me Contact me
Home
Services
Products
FAQ
Testimonials
Links
What Are Special Nibs

They are nibs conferring an effect on  your handwriting: the oblique (O) and the italics  are based on the same principle and allow a calligraphic style. In Italic nibs the thickness of the line varies by means of a differentiated shaping of the point: thin profile, broad frontal part.


Nancy Olson from Stylus Magazine, Glen Bowen from Pen World Magazine- and Jon Messer,  Pen Magazine writer.
Ribbon Like Effect
Thanks to that shape, the vertical lines will be thick and horizontal lines will be thin.

Mr. Mel Strohminger writer and contributor of Stylus Magazine.
The 52 Degrees
The 52 degrees offers more options than the Italic one in terms of thickness interchange ability of the line: 52 degrees is the “even” angle, the angle that the pen, on average, forms while writing. If you  lower the angle of the pen below 52 degrees, the thickness of the horizontal line will be affected and become broader, while vertically it will get thinner. On the other hand, if the angle that the pen forms with the paper is more than 52 degrees, the thickness of the horizontal line will be become thinner, while vertically it will get broader nib.
 

Mr. Chuck Edwards Pen Doctor at Fahrney's in Washington, D. C..

Products

products you offered.

Click image for detail

   
 

ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A BRAND NEW PEN?, NOW I HAVE ACCESS TO MORE THAN 48 OF THE BEST WORLDWIDE BRANDS, PLEASE CONTACT ME AND I WILL GET THE PEN OF YOUR DREAMS AT A DISCOUNT!
SPECIAL PRICES
 

Pen Holder for 10 Pens  

This ten pen holder is based on a Design by Gustavo Rodriguez that the fountain pen should be kept upright when not in use. Available in Brown Oak wood
$120.00
SPECIAL
 

Pen Holder for 6 Pens  

This six pen holder is based on another design idea from Gustavo Rodriguez that the fountain pen should be kept upright when not in use. Available in Brown Oak wood.
$110.00
SPECIAL
 

Pen Holder for 4 Pens  

This four pen holder is based on an orginal design by Gustavo Rodriguez that the fountain pen should be kept upright when not in use.  Available in Brown Oak wood.
$75.00
SPECIAL
 

This three pen holder is based on the suggestion by Gustavo Rodriguez that the fountain pen should be kept upright when not in use. Available in Black and Brown.
$55.00
SPECIAL
 

Pen Holder for 12 Pens

This Pen Holder holds 12 pens, 6 in each side, as well as a scratch pad for quick notes. The pens are protected by lined leather covers on each side, it closes with magnetic clips. Available in Black and Brown.
$100.00
SPECIAL
 

This Pen Holder eas design with the idea of comfort, A pen can be carried protectively in this item either on a shirt or a jacket a readily available for use at any time. Available in Black and Brown.
$25.00
SPECIAL
 

Dark Bear Pen Holder

These Bears just want to hold your pens, Created by Gustavo Rodriguez, The resin pen holders are made to hold the pen upright, -nib up- to keep it from clogging.
$85.00
SPECIAL
 

 

This wildlife-themed pen holder with the Buffalo pen stand, is Cast in Resin, the large sculptural piece holds two pens  -nibs up-  and an ink bottle.
$250.00
Sold Out
Michel Audiard Fountain Pen

 


This Michel Audiard Stylo has never been inked. comes with a certificate of authenticity,  sculptured in bronze with a patina finish. Is supplied with an 18kt gold nib; uses a cartridge or ink converter.
$1500.00
     
 

Parker Duofold International


In 1990
Parker enhanced the Duofold collection with the addition of the Parker International fountain pen, a slimmer, shorter version of the Centennial,
$295.00
     
Waterman Man 100 Makassar Wood

In 1987 Waterman, motivated on the success of the Man 100 line, introduced this beautiful limited edition set, made using the Brazilian Macassar wood as the main material.
$650.00

  Fountain Pens  
 

Fountain pens are often prized as works of art. Ornate pens are sometimes made of precious metals and jewels; others are inlaid with lacquer designs in a process known as maki-e.


Mr. Arturo Fuente form Arturo Fuente Cigar Factory, Inc. avid pen collector.
  Pen Collectors  
 

An avid community of pen enthusiasts collect and use antique and modern pens and also collect and exchange information about old and modern inks, ink bottles, and inkwells. Collectors often tend to prize being able to actually use the antiques, instead of merely placing them under glass for show.


Mr. Frank Dubiel, writer of instructives on pen repair and famous pen collector.
  Pen Repair  
 

This is not to say that all fountain pens are so called "expensive collectors' items" (you can, of course, collect anything), however; good quality steel pens are available cheaply, particularly in Europe, and there are even some "disposable" fountain pens available. All of them can be refurbished to "as new condition" by experienced pen repair specialists like:


Mr. Phil Phillips Pen Repair Specialist for Waterman.