Visconti Rembrandt Fountain Pen Review

The Rembrandt is the closest Visconti get to producing an entry level pen. It’s only that in comparison to the rest of their range. Most of us will never own one of their higher range pens but is the Rembrandt a way of experiencing the Visconti magic without having to[…]

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Guest Post: Artistic Ways of Using Fountain Pen Ink, with S. Jane Mills

S. Jane Mills runs one of my favourite blogs: Sketches and Studies. Her Quote Monday pictures are thought provoking and showcase Jane’s inspirational and imaginative art. I’m very honoured that she took the time to write such a fantastic post for Pens! Paper! Pencils! combining two of my most favourite[…]

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Kaweco Traveler Case Review

Kaweco continue to expand their range of products and the Traveler Case is the latest example. It’s made from calf leather and costs a little under €100. Thank you to Kaweco for lending me this case so I could review it. These are my own honest opinions. The leather brown[…]

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Sailor Hi-Ace Neo Fountain Pen Review

Sailor are best known for their rather wonderful gold-nibbed pens but an increasing number of their more affordable steel-nibbed pens are becoming available outside Japan. The Hi-Ace Neo is about affordable as a fountain pen can get, coming in at under a tenner. Is it any good? I was able[…]

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