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Pierre Cardin Masterpiece Fp Review (With Pictures) A Mont Blanc For The Starters?!


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It gives no pretension whatever to being a fake, maybe just a faint resemblance.

 

 

It gives no pretension whatever to being a fake, maybe just a faint resemblance.

 

 

I agree!

Rightly said @Pickwick ....it is just a faintly MB resembling pen that may appear so at the first sight.

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It's a joke! I saw some ugly looking carpets, rugs and men suits labelled Pierre Cardin.

The pen makes no difference.

Why don't you throw it away?

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ἓν οἶδα ὅτι οὐδὲν οἶδα

 

 

 

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Fascinatin'..ain't it.......Deja Vu...........................................................

 

 

Fred

is there a flamingo in the elevator.......................................................

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Ladies and Gents..please excuse the post that keeps on going.....

 

Fred

we got pants for you...........

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And going.............................

 

Fred

 

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Fellow members, Please, May we have some dignity and decorum, as befits us, and not allow this to degenerate further with banalities. After all cjpandya, did his very best, and took the trouble to give us a review.

 

This is no way to behave on this forum.

They came as a boon, and a blessing to men,
The Pickwick, the Owl and the Waverley pen

Sincerely yours,

Pickwick

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Fellow members, Please, May we have some dignity and decorum, as befits us, and not allow this to degenerate further with banalities. After all cjpandya, did his very best, and took the trouble to give us a review.

 

This is no way to behave on this forum.

 

+1.....

 

Think this is a very good and informative review of this handsome looking pen.

 

Thanks for sharing it with everyone, cjpandya!

 

:thumbup:

FP Addict & Pretty Nice Guy

 

 

 

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Nice review & nicely taken pics.

 

Even I have this pen.

 

The only point i would differ is its not right to compare every with MB.

 

Every pen has its own character - even this pen has.

 

Even those chinese pens which make unashamedly copies of western pens have their own uniqueness. (some like 616 or kaigelu have their own fan following)

 

Even MB users buy chinese pens & also admire them (you only have to search FPN)

 

Lets judge a pen by its own merits. And this one is a good pen and writes very smooth.

I put my savings to test

Lamy & Pilot FPs the Best

No more I even think of the rest

(Preference Fine and Extra Fine Nibs)

Pen is meant for writing - not for looking :-)

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Nice review & nicely taken pics.

 

Even I have this pen.

 

The only point i would differ is its not right to compare every with MB.

 

Every pen has its own character - even this pen has.

 

Even those chinese pens which make unashamedly copies of western pens have their own uniqueness. (some like 616 or kaigelu have their own fan following)

 

Even MB users buy chinese pens & also admire them (you only have to search FPN)

 

Lets judge a pen by its own merits. And this one is a good pen and writes very smooth.

Thank you for you comment! And im not comparing it with the MB. I just mentioned similarities in design as MB is a famous pen that everyone can relate to! :-)

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+1.....

 

Think this is a very good and informative review of this handsome looking pen.

 

Thanks for sharing it with everyone, cjpandya!

 

:thumbup:

 

 

 

Fellow members, Please, May we have some dignity and decorum, as befits us, and not allow this to degenerate further with banalities. After all cjpandya, did his very best, and took the trouble to give us a review.

 

This is no way to behave on this forum.

Thank you very much! I Really appreciate it! :-)

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