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In Flanders Fields – Onoto to immortalise the poem with a LE fountain pen

In Flanders Fields, written by Canadian physician Lieutenant-Colonel John McCrae, to be paid tribute to through a LE Onoto pen. World War I battlefields in Belgium and France are often called “Flanders Fields” in English. Red poppies, that grew wild on the graves of fallen soldiers, have since become one

 

Bourbon – Benu raises its glass to celebrate the intoxication of creativity, unveils new fountain pen!

Bourbon. The House of Bourbons were a European dynasty of French origin. How they lent their name across the continent to America’s most potent brew is however, another story. Suffice to say, distilled from a mash made primarily of corn, Bourbon, to the world at large, is the American for

 

Turing-Welchman Pen – a tribute from Conway Stewart

Turing-Welchman Pen a tribute to the men who broke the Enigma-enciphered messages during WWII by Conway Stewart A limited edition of 211 pens to celebrate the achievement of Alan Turing and Gordon Welchman who created the Turing-Welchman Bombe machine used to break Enigma-enciphered messages during the Second World War. The

 

Magna Carta – Helen of Troy

Magna Carta launches the Goddesses and Amazons series Magna Carta, a family run enterprise, has a number of things going for them. They are, their relatively late entry into fountain pen making notwithstanding, an extremely enterprising organisation. Call it vision or brush it away as chutzpah, one cannot but marvel

 

Sniper from ASA – Surgical strike of an academic kind

Sniper – the weapon of mass creation from ASA pens. ASA calls it the Sniper. And like a sniper, it aims to blend in, picking kills from a-far without blowing its cover. That explains the black matt body. It also explains the hooded nib, obviously an effort to ensure that