Faber-Castell Loom Piano – on Cloud Nine

 
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  For starters, the credentials are so damn impressive that they alone can justify a purchase decision. As a matter of fact, the more I think about them, the more awestruck I feel. Yes, there are brands making fountain pens that are better known. Yes, there are entities in the

Jinhao 159 – quality that is near unbeatable at a price that is simply too attractive.

 
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  Jinhao 159. I am personally not fond of the pen. But it still warrants to be celebrated for what it is – an excellent writing instrument! The Jinhao 159 is like a childhood crush – everyone has one, but very few are willing to admit it in public, leave

The Aurora Mamba 88 fountain pen in the adrenaline-pumping red version. Limited edition of 888 numbered pieces

 
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  For the new version of the iconic Mamba 88 fountain pen, Aurora has chosen the red color, a bright and emblematic shade that makes this creation attractive and sophisticated, with an aggressive soul. The brand-new Red Mamba (priced at € 820) has a racing personality defined by its red

Sulekha Swaraj – the pen.

 
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  Did Sulekha ever make pens? No, we are not talking about molded pens, but ebonite pens of a certain vintage, that can transport us back to those glory days of the freedom struggle, of Swaraj? At the least, to a time when Sulekha was the premier ink maker in

4th Inked Happiness Lifetime Achievement Award conferred upon Prof Yashwant Pitkar

 
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  The 4th Inked Happiness Lifetime Achievement Award was conferred upon Prof Yashwant Pitkar in a befitting ceremony at the Triguna Sen Auditorium of the Jadavpur University on July 31st, 2022 by Suvobrata Ganguly the man behind the Inked Happiness. Applauding Prof Pitkar as he gracefully accepted the award were

Pratap Kumar – his pens and his tales of pens

 
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  Indian Fountain pens are my dope. The never cease to give me a high. Especially if they are of a certain vintage, hand turned, eye-dropper fillers, made of ebonite and sport pure, “desi” nibs. The ones that give me mind-altering experiences are naturally the type that immediately transport me