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Platinum Celluloid Fountain Pen

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Platinum Celluloid Fountain Pen
Platinum has been manufacturing exceptional writing instruments since 1919, bringing beautiful Japanese tradition and quality into your hands for over 100 years! The Platinum Celluloid fountain pen with solid 14K gold nib is part of Platinum’s popular mid-size 3776 Century series rendered in amazing colors of rich cured celluloid. Celluloid is a traditional material for pen making, one that offers unparalleled depth, feel and color. The material requires a painstaking process to create, followed by an extended curing period to ensure its stability. Platinum’s celluloid is prepared to exact specifications to give you a perfect finish for your pens accented with precious metal plating. The results are spectacular!  Calico is a mixture of rich black and shimmering pearl highlights. Midnight Ocean Blue has subtle variations of blues. Cherry Blossom is delicate and graceful like floating petals. Koi is a beautiful blend of vibrant pinks, reds, and creamy white reflecting the traditional Japanese art of raising Koi fish. Tortoise offers a classic look in deep burnished browns reminiscent of natural tortoise shell.

Platinum Celluloid Fountain Pen with Gold Trim Features:

  • Cured celluloid barrel for greater stability
  • Five traditional Japanese designs to choose from
  • 3776 mid-size model
  • Cartridge or converter refillable
  • Smooth flow of ink to paper; perfect for every day writing

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