Click ready to re-introduce the “Indian Ebonite” to the world of fountain pen lovers

 
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  Click is routinely referred to as one of India’s top fountain pen manufacturers by the experts – and there are solid reasons behind the same. The legacy of the brand is beyond question, as is the commitment of Harsh Gagwani, the third generation from the family heading Click. The

Ivano Ziggiotti – Calligrafia Divina

 
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  Ivano Ziggiotti was born in the province of Vicenza in 1962. By profession a craftsman, now retired, he approached calligraphy in 1996 when he enrolled in the Italian Calligraphic Association and attended numerous courses with teachers of high artistic value and high technical preparation, including Denis Brown, James Clough,

Pen Mahotsav – the Kolkata Pen Show is here

 
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  Pen Mahotsav – the first fountain pen show in the east is all set to set the high watermark, create the occasion penophiles were waiting for. Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Pune – after every pen show, we fountain pen lovers from the east vowed to hold the “mother of all pen

Superite – why don’t they make pens like these anymore?

 
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  The Superite fountain pen is an enigma of sorts. For starters, there is so little information in the public domain about the brand or the pens they made. Surprising, a pity even, considering the fact that the fountain pens in question were of excellent quality, and their vintage is

John Culmer – three decades of restoring masterpieces!

 
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  John Culmer has been repairing and restoring fountain pens for over thirty years, having acquired the skill from his father Charlie. John’s skill is such that his services are recommended by Parker and Waterman. Today, although the Peel Pen Shop (London) retail store location has now closed, John still