Today I want to share something blue with you. Blue coloured fountain pens, that is. Two of them are somewhat brand new. I talk about the recently released Pelikan M120 Iconic Blue Montblanc Meisterstück Legrand Le Petit Prince and the Cleo Skribent Paltinum Blue Do these pens have something in common – except for the... Continue Reading →
The pen features a guilloched, matted silvergrey cap and barrel. Here, I must admit, that I am not completely sure whether this term is correctly chosen. Neither do I have a clue how this pattern (the "guilloche") was made (etching or engraving). The cap is quite thic compared to the barrel and most of all to the bottom part of the barrel.
Lately, I recognized on my wordpress-statistics that somebody from Mexico was hitting my page by entering the search phrase „how much more ink does m nib use compared to F“. Well, he or she obviously found my page and landed on it, but two things have crossed my mind regarding this: (a) be carefull what... Continue Reading →