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  1. “First look” Review: Radius1934 Superior Primissima Monterosso Introduction Radius pens were made in Italy from 1934 until sometime in the 1950’s. Very little is known about the history of the brand, even by such authorities on Italian fountain pen history as Letizia Jacopini. Here is a link to her brief article: Radius - FountainPenwww.fountainpen.it › Radius. Apparently, Radius was the top of the line brand of its parent company, S.A.F.I.S. And the Superior was Radius' top of the line model. It was made in Turin, as is the Radius1934. The Radius1934 company
  2. dms525

    Radius1934 re-birth

    Does anyone have experience yet with the reborn Radius1934? Somehow I got the notion that Leonardo is actually making these pens. True? David
  3. Hello ! We would like to share a review by David Parker on our Venvstas Italy 2020 Magna, the pen in the review is the version with the Titanium nib, which is the standard version, there's also a 14k version available. Everything you need to know: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hNoYZFxueWM&t=17s For any questions, just reply. I'm here to answer! V
  4. Dear writers ! We have re-designed and made a lot of work on the carbon collection........ This includes a new Magna version, the first in this new chapter that is Venvstas Italy.... Linear Carbon fiber body, 2.0ml ink chamber, carbon fiber plunger, Titanium nibs, 7 different hand made 14k gold nibs.......made in Italy and what else? The picture & the review by our friend David Parker... https://www.venvstas.com/collections https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hNoYZFxueWM&t=13s
  5. Back in the mid-to-late 1990s, I was fortunate to be a part-time online U.S. retailer of a few brands, including Cesare Emiliano ("CE") pens, made by Grifos (CEO: Maurizio Sturza) in Milan, Italy. I was, and still am, a fan of this brand, although I understand from other postings at FPN that CE no longer is an active brand, although Grifos is. I wanted to show you what remains in my inventory, even though I'm solely a collector now, I'm not selling anything, and I want to retain these pens in my overall collection. My CE pens are a very small set of the great variety of styles and finishes th
  6. Sarah, Duchess of York has released 1 fountain pen model in 3 colours (blue, yellow, orange) with Montegrappa. It's a limited edition and only 100 pens are available of each colour. From the website: "Duchess of York - Visions of Nature Brilliant colours and joyous detailing evoke the natural kingdoms of Ocean, Forest and Garden. In these places of solace and inspiration, beauty lies idly… awaiting discovery. Writer and humanitarian, Sarah, Duchess of York, reflects on nature’s wonders in a rare collaboration. Pretty, sterling silver friezes fuse with effervescent celluloid in a silhouette
  7. A vintage Aurora 88 has been on my grail list for a while. This turned out to be the year. I came across an original 88 in good condition from a seller here with lots of positive reviews. The price was right. Not Nikargenta but beggars can’t be choosers. Count me among Aurora 88 fans. The pen lives up to the legend. I love the size of the pen. It’s substantial, both heavier and ever-so-slightly larger-feeling than Parker 51-style pens such as the Wing Sung 601 and 618. The 88 is very comfortable in the hand. The push-on cap means no threads on the barrel and the front clutch ring is er
  8. jchch1950

    Stipula Pens.

    I have tried to get some pens repair. Most of them are Italian: Omas celluloid deteriorating, a crack of a of an Stipula barrel, Etc. But now some companies, like Delta or Omas are gone and others, like Stipula, don,t answer any inquiries. Does anyone have information about Stipula?
  9. hi to all latley im eying this nice set, its a ball point and a fountain pen, Italian made, "Borghini" brand, but i dont know nothing about them, do anyone know them?, any coments will be very apreciated. mnany thxs in advance for your responses Saludos desde Mexico amigos
  10. Hi FPN! So my parents just got back from vacation in Italy and while they were there they had a chance to stop by the Visconti store in Florence and get me a Rembrandt as a belated birthday present. The pen looks very nice, but I as I took a closer look at the nib under a loupe I noticed that the right tine has just a little bit more tipping material than the left. The results are a mildly scratchy writing experience and depending on how I rotate the pen, different ink flow. The nib is broad, but doesn't always write like a broad should. Is this normal with Visconti steel nibs? And what
  11. Hey guys. I have been given money from my father to purchase a pen for my 18th birthday last September; I have a budget of £500 (but I want to save some money so that I can purchase a few inks along with the pen). I have narrowed it down to two pens: Montegrappa Nerouno Linea - Rose GoldOmas Milord I am fond of the black/gold look; I have a watch and ring that are these colours, and I like how my EDC items all complement each other. I love the design of both the Montegrappa and the Omas. One is more exciting, while the other is more conservative. I like that on both pens. With the Mon
  12. Hello everyone, I am a new FPN member so please excuse me for any FPN faux pas I may commit . I stumbled across the site yamadapen.com today while looking for a Visconti Wall Street. I have been looking for a decently priced Wall Street for ages now and I came across this site but their prices seem much too good to be true ( ex. on the Wall Street it's around $160 USD). I was wondering if anyone had used or even heard of the site before or if you believe these pens are Chinese fakes. The site is in Japanese however if you put the link into Google Translate and select Japanese to English that
  13. Iguana Sell

    Omas Arte Italiana Art Fountain Pen

    Hello Fountain Pen lovers! We are very glad to announce that Omas is going to launch its Arte Italiana Line and that we will have it soon at IGUANA SELL. We will keep you updated, but until then here you have some information about it: Omas Arte Italiana ART Fountain Pen http://www.iguanasell-pics.com/photos/promo/Omas/AI.jpg http://www.iguanasell-pics.com/photos/promo/Omas/AI2.jpg http://www.iguanasell-pics.com/photos/promo/Omas/AI3.jpg
  14. Iguana Sell

    New Visconti Pens For This Season

    We want to let you know about some of the new Visconti pens for this year. Some of them highly anticipated like the new Van Gogh pens or the New Homo Sapiens. http://pensiguana.files.wordpress.com/2014/03/van-gogh-pollard-willows-eu-8.png?w=637&h=407 http://pensiguana.files.wordpress.com/2014/03/van-gogh-pollard-willows-eu-7.png The new first Van Gogh pen will be released in May/June and it has been inspired by the 'Landscape with Pollard Willows' picture, painted by Vincent Van Gogh in 1884. http://pensiguana.files.wordpress.com/2014/03/visconti-homo-sapiens-cristal-1.png?w=640&
  15. betweenthelens

    Delta Mask

    Appearance and Design The bright Mediterranean blue resin body with veins of lighter blue throughout and the contrasting palladium cap, clip and faux blind cap create a fluidity that echoes the natural concept of flow. The end of the screw on cap has an embellishment of blue resin and the Delta logo of a mirror-image nib. The cap is also tri-faceted so that one may choose to get it engraved. Construction and Quality The pen is extremely well-made. It is hand-turned, and upon examination, I can find no seams and there is nothing flimsy about its construction or the





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