Ink Spot: J. Herbin 1670 Caroube de Chypre

J. Herbin’s popular 1670 line of inks has been an eye-catcher since my entry into the hobby. Packaged in beautiful...

Fisher of Pens Apollo

  I met Carl Fisher and was introduced to his company, Fisher of Pens, for the first time at the Washington...

Montegrappa Passione Review

Over the last several years, I’ve had the opportunity to use several pens from the Italian pen maker, Montegrappa. It’s...

Xezo Architect Azure FM Review

I was first introduced to the Xezo brand last season when a user sent his Xezo Legionnaire to me to review....

Franklin-Christoph Model 66 “Stabilis” Review

North Carolina-based manufacturer Franklin-Christoph occupies an interesting niche in the pen community. Unlike most manufacturers, they are a vertically-integrated operation,...

Kanilea Pen Co. Kahakai Review

Seattle is a beautiful place to live and work. For about half the year, it is sunny, warm (but mild),...

Visconti Opera Metal Review

Italian pen maker Visconti introduced its Opera line of fountain pens in 2003, to much acclaim. In the intervening years,...

[Finished] Bexley Gaston’s Exclusive Review

The Ohio-based pen company Bexley first helped to make its name by creating custom pen lines for stores and collectors....

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