Some time ago when I was considering buying some pen blanks I came across The Turners Workshop and browsing the site I found they stock a range of pen storage solutions; however, the five pen leather pen roll, by The Northumbrian Pen Company, caught my eye. I didn’t buy one at the time but filed away a mental note to go back one day and have a second look at this pen roll. Continue reading “The Northumbrian Pen Company – Pen Roll For Five Pens”
Finally, winter is leaving us so I thought it was time for a bright colour, so I’ve chosen KWZ Grapefruit; from their standard range. Continue reading “Ink Of The Month – May ’18”
Firstly, my apologies to Agatha Christie.
Secondly, my title was inspired by the fact that, as far as I can ascertain, the original Dia was released in 1934, the same year as ‘Murder On The Orient Express’ and its successor the Dia2 is made to look like the original so it’s only a small leap of faith to imagine the original one in use on the famous train. Continue reading “Kaweco On The Orient Express – The Dia2”
This is one of the two full sized Kaweco’s I own which I am reviewing; the Dia2 will follow soon. Continue reading “The Kaweco Supra”
Before I start this review I have to confess this is my first Eye Dropper (ED) fountain pen; I do have a number of pens that can convert to ED, such as the Franklin-Christoph Model 66, but this is the first I own pen that was specifically built as an ED pen. Continue reading “The Moonman M2”
I started writing this thinking I could wrap up a review of a store visit and some products in one short piece, but it soon became obvious that this was not going to be the case. So, this review is divided into two parts, the visit and the products, and as this is a long one I suggest you make some coffee pull up a plate of cookies and get comfortable. Continue reading “A Visit to the Fabriano Boutique, London.”
A while back I dubbed the Wing Sung 3008 ‘An Economical Masterpiece’for the reasons I outlined and now I have further reason to believe I was right. Continue reading “The Wing Sung 3008 – An Economical Calligraphy Pen”