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Tibaldi Samarkand reviewed by magic’s vivaldi Howard Cunix

 

 My wife said to me, ” You were excited when you opened that box!” Yes, inside was an exceptionally exquisite Tibaldi fountain pen. The distinctive Italian Resin awakens my memory of chatoyant celluloid. This writing instrument is very well-made with precise engineering and extra features and benefits. Before ordering, I spoke with owners of modern…
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Prof Dilip Shah, Fountain Pens and the art of transforming education – Jyotshna Agiwal

 

  Prof Dilip Shah. Officially he is the Dean of Student Affairs of the Bhawanipur Education Society College (BESC). But for many like me, his students (past and present), he is the latest avatar of God, no less. Prof Shah – Dilip Sir, as he is universally called, is a man of many parts –…
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55 years of Lamy design

 

 As an independent family company, since its foundation in 1930 Lamy has been firmly committed to Heidelberg as its only production centre, guaranteeing consistently premium quality “Made in Germany”. With the LAMY 2000, Dr Manfred Lamy established in 1966 the clear, unmistakable design language that still characterises the style of all the brand’s products today…
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Esterbrook Estie Sea Glass – Howard Cunix presents the new icon

 

  Hello Fellow Fountain Pen Devotees!  Announcing the arrival of a prized treasure– Esterbrook Estie Sea Glass.  For many years, celebrated Kenro Industries has been the USA Distributor for important world-wide brands–Montegrappa, Aurora, and other Manufacturers which we instantly recognize, utilize daily, and, include in our pen collections.  In 2018, Kenro acquired the illustrious Esterbrook…
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Click Fountain pen – Rakhi of the forever kind!

 

  Okay, I will start by confessing upfront – I am an unabashed Click fan. My first fountain pen was a Click and I see no reason for writing with anything else. It is a love thing, you know!  Naturally, I wanted to gift my brother a Click for Rakhi for which I did something…
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Kaweco COLLECTION Fountain Pen Dark Olive

 

 The Kaweco Sport icon shines in a natural Mediterranean colour for summer 2021. On the one hand, green tones have a soothing effect, but they can also be stimulating. Would you like to relax while developing creative thoughts? Then Dark Olive is the perfect fountain pen colour. The pens are available in extra fine, fine, medium, broad and extra…
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Depression’s New Weapon: Fountain Pen in the Pandemic Frenzy – Jyotshna Agiwal

 

 Depression and the pandemic have become the deadliest couple to walk on the Earth hand-in-hand. The pandemic should be declared as the worst word, emotion, and state of the 21st century. It has caused endless damage economically, physically, and emotionally. Amidst all the chaos, people’s mental health has had to endure a lot. There is…
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Love For Fountain Pens Blossoms in a College Corridor – Jyotshna Agiwal

 

 Love for Fountain Pens – My story! As I was walking through the corridor of The Bhawanipur Education Society College (BESC), I heard someone talking about fountain pens. With exams in mind and books in hand, I chose to ignore the conversation and simply continue with my work. How much I wish I had paid…
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Inked Happiness turns Four, Honours Prof K C Janardhan with the 3rd Inked Happiness Lifetime Achievement Award

 

 Inked Happiness turns four today. Like all birthdays, ours is a special one too, for it is on this day that we give away the Inked Happiness Lifetime Achievement Award for outstanding contribution to the world of writing, writing instruments and the writers who wield them. The 1st Award had gone to Yusuf Mansoor – collector, restorer and…
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Now turn your pencils into plants, give back to the nature with recycled paper pencils -Vick Rana, Group Chairman, Red Ridge Global

 

  Have you ever thought of turning old, used tiny stubs of pencils into a plant? You might not have heard about this, but one would definitely start loving this concept once used to recycled pencils. Every year we cut down about 8 million trees to make around 2 billion pencils. In such times, sustainable…
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