Kaweco Classic Sport, Maanjitender Sethi, picks up his favourite to write to the fraternity of fountain pen lovers! Hello! I am Kaweco Classic Sport Fountain Pen. My complexion is deep dark red, therefore I have been christened as ‘Bordeaux’ because my complexion reminds one of the finest wines of this
The international handwriting day, sponsored by WIMA (the Writing Instrument Manufacturers Association), is celebrated every 23 January and represents an opportunity to honour a passion that unites more and more people who consider the act of writing as a way to express their innermost thoughts and feelings. Aurora, an industry-leading
The nib, they say, maketh the pen, just like character maketh the man! Yes, we are talking of the shiny metal jutting out from the frontal end of the pen barrel which sucks the ink from the innards of the pen and through capillary action, deposits it on the paper.
The Swan from Mabie Todd / Mhatre Pens flies again I stumbled upon Saji Kumar S in the net. He is from the world of finance (and highly qualified at that) someone who has given up his lucrative job as a pen pusher, to take up pushing pens to another
Lamy 2000 – forever in steel and makrolon It has been in continuous production since its introduction in 1966. Like the Coca-Cola contour glass bottle, the Rolex Oyster perpetual and the Porsche 911 it has not had a major design overhaul since inception and continues to remain the main battle
Japanese Pens – delights to behold, wonders of craftsmanship. Legend has it that it was a friend returning from England, who first had shown a fountain pen to Kyugoro Sakata. Sakata was an engineer by profession and had immediately taken up the challenge of manufacturing fountain pens in Japan. The