Cellulose Acetate is the material I use to turn the body and cap for this very unique fountain pen. The material originally came from a French pen manufacturer from the 1930's. Today the most common use of cellulose acetate is found in the production of frames for spectacles.
I use the fountain pen technology of Schmidt for the nib and inkflow system. Each pen is fitted with a converter that enables filling from bottled ink, alternatively a standard ink cartridge can be used. The cap has an internal thread that screws firmly in place but it does not 'post' onto the pen.
The standard Schmidt steel nib is fitted
Choose your nib option in the drop down box below
BROAD / MEDIUM / FINE
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