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Conklin All American Fountain Pen

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Rating   5 out of 5 stars.
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Drawing inspiration from Conklin's original models from the 1930's and the rich heritage of the brand, the all-new All-American collection brings a vibrant, contemporary style to a timeless, streamlined oversize ...
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Lamy's latest Al-Star special edition color is Vibrant Pink! The Al-Star’s light weight and ergonomic grip makes writing a pure joy. The large aluminum barrels have a smoky grey transparent grip and a ...
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Pilot delivers impeccable style and timeless sophistication to your writing with its new 2018 Vanishing Point Limited Edition, Crossed Lines. The eye catching fountain pen features a lustrous black barrel with ...
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We are proud to introduce the Conklin 120th Anniversary Limited Edition collection, designed to commemorate twelve decades of the classic brand’s excellence. The Conklin Pen Company was established in ...

Platinum Lavande 3776 Century Fountain Pen

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Platinum's new Limited Edition 'Lavande', inspired by lavender flowers, is the latest addition to the #3776 Century 'Nice' Demonstrator series, which has been well received since its launch. Lavande, the French ...
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For over 30 years, Porsche Design has developed timepieces that consistently set new standards, with innovative functions, remarkable materials, pure, exciting design concepts and absolute perfection down to the ...
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A young pen maker named Guiseppe Carboni opened his first workshop in 1936 in Turin, Italy, and named it Cervinia, after one of the highest peaks in the western Italian Alps, Mt. Cervino. The company was known for ...