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  1. tjt7a

    Lamy Lady Review

    I recently purchased the Lamy Lady, and I wanted to share my findings. I was really surprised by this pen; it stands out in many ways when compared to the other Lamy pens. I made a video if you'd like to watch that: https://youtu.be/N08pnEXZqgU First off; this pen has long been discontinued and may be a challenge to find. I was lucky to find the pen brand-new on ebay sold by an Austrian gentleman. This pen is unique in many ways, but not in its tubular shape. This pen is basically a cylinder, but a cylinder composed of a marriage of aluminum and ceramic that I personally find attractive. Both ends of the pen are fairly simple, but I think that gives this pen a clean look. Probably the most obvious aspect of this pen that stands out is that the barrel is made of ceramic. There are different ceramic patterns, but mine is a blue/grey/white candy-cane style swirl. It doesn't have the same amount of 'cow bell' (see the other designs) as the other designs, but I prefer this touch of color. The ceramic is very smooth and glossy, and I expect, based on my limited analysis, that it is not prone to cracking and scratching. The next major unique design point of this pen is that it doesn't have a clip; a Lamy without a clip!? Yep. Instead, Lamy uses two spherical bumper 'stops', one on the cap, and the other on the tail end of the barrel. This pen does not allow posting of the cap, and therefore it is necessary for both parts of the pen to have this device to prevent rolling. Finally, the Lamy Lady has a completely unique nib design. The nib wraps around the feed and is a solid platinum-colored gold nib. It is pretty stiff, but writes like a warm knife over a surface of butter.
  2. JF_LAMY Collection

    Lamy Lady

    Dear all, I got my first fountain pen at the age of 12 when my parents gave me a white LAMY Safary. I liked the pen, but lost it after a while. Many years later, I remembered this pen and bought myself a new one. Then I bought an old LAMY 27e, had it restored and three years ago started my own LAMY collection. Today, I would like to share with you the latest addition to this collection: LAMY lady set. The pen was designed by Wolfgang Fabian, and was first introduced in 1994. There are two different designs in two different colors as far as I am aware. There is a fountain pen and a ball point pen in all four styles. What is unique about this pen is the material: “ … These are the first writing instruments in the world to be made of real porcelain. Its sensual attraction lies in the velvety translucency of its surface, which can act as the medium for tasteful decorative motifs … “ “ … Special porcelain made by Rosenthal was used for the body of the LAMY lady writing instruments. It not only possesses the widely-appreciated aesthetic characteristics of this material but is also hard and unbreakable … “ (www.lamy.de) Jan JF_LAMY Collection

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