Saturday, March 26, 2016



Here follows an unabashed advertisement for the Lamy Studio fountain pen.

There's a pleasing weight twixt finger & thumb. The ink flows well. The quirky twist in the clip is typical of the consideration given to design but also practicality.

I asked for the standard nib to be replaced with the 1.1 'Joy' - an italic cursive or 'stub' depending upon the calligraphese you speak.

A little more expensive than some pens (far cheaper than some others) but it will repay with pleasure every time you write.

(I'll post a picture separately, blogger seems to have reverted to type).

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