Silver Series Lemon and Lime Crush

Lemon and Lime Crush is an acrylic resin pen case in house including the complimentary...

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Lemon and Lime Crush is an acrylic resin pen case in house including the complimentary yellow finials and thread sections, Argentium silver is used for my button logo and rings. This pen is a one of a kind, completely hand turned and polished to an ultra fine finish to show the amazing lustre achievable with these adorable materials, totally handmade by myself in my small home workshop. The level of craftsmanship, time involved and quality is reflected in the price.

Fitted with polished steel iridium tip Bock size six nib, Can be fitted with a range of different nib tip sizes and materials, Gold, Gold plate, Rose Gold plate, Two tone Gold plate and polished Steel or Titanium semi flex steel. Fitted with a K5 premium ink converter, also takes standard international ink cartridge. Pen length with cap 145mm without cap 135mm body diameter 13.5mm cap diameter 14.5mm nib section 10mm tapering up to 12mm with a cap thread of 13mm.

This pen is truly special and will make a wonderful gift for a loved one, family member or friend, or why not treat yourself to this wonderful one off delight. NIB SIZE GUIDE: The best fountain pen tip for beginners to use to become acclimated to writing with a fountain pen is probably a size Medium tip. But you may also use a broad nib size Broad if all you want to do is sign documents with your fountain pen. EXTRA FINE: A particularly small line width distinguishes the extra fine nib strength. If you write with small, somewhat delicate letters and apply minimal pressure, you should pick an EF nib. It is perfect, for instance, for adding notes to calendars. In addition to fitting into even the smallest lines, the extremely fine pen stroke also prevents ink from bleeding through on delicate and very thin paper. FINE:With its straight nib, the fine nib creates a delicate and smooth stroke on the paper. It is suited for small, filigree handwriting, just like the EF nib, but overall it is wider and has a wetter ink flow. MEDIUM:The width Medium is the most popular spring strength. It is typically appropriate for any style of handwriting due to its robust line width and clearly readable font. The medium nib size is also a wise choice for left-handed people. Particularly letter writers value the rich typeface`s expressiveness. BR