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Ranga Model 5 Or Varuna Gajendra Premium Ebonite Pens- 10 Colours-3 In 1 C/c Filling Mechansim


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Dear FPN'ers,

 

We are introducing our RANGA MODEL 5 (VARUNA GAJENDRA) with German JOWO/SCHMIDT Screw in Nib and Converter in Premium Ebonite in 10 Beautiful colours.
We also introduce these Models in Eyedropper Models too.
These can be used as (3 IN 1 FILLING MECHANISM). It is 18.75MM DIA thickness with seamless Cap and Body.
The length of the capped pen is 7 Inches. The Pens are really huge and Giant in Size and Performance.It is Clipless beautiful Cigar shaped Pen. THE COLOURS ARE VERY UNIQUE AND RARE. These would be treat to Fountain pen lovers and Collectors. It is also a visual stunner.
The available colours are 1.SOLID BLUE 2. YELLOW/BLACK, 3. BLUE/PINK, 4. SOLID GREEN,5. WHITE/BLUE, 6.RED OR PINK/ BLACK, 7. GREEN/ YELLOW 8. SOLID PINK,9. BLUE /GREEN /ORANGE, 10. SOLID ORANGE,
All the pens are avaialble in Mirror finish or Bakul finish. All the Ranga Pens are completely handmade. We don't even use Lathes to make pens.This is in practice only in Japan now.
NIB Options:
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Jowo Nibs:
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Gold Colour - Fine , Medium , Broad Points
Two tone Colour - Extra Fine, Fine , Medium , Broad, Calligraphy Points
White Colour -Fine , Medium , Broad Points
Schmidt Nibs:
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Gold Colour -Fine , Medium , Broad Points
White colour- -Fine , Medium , Broad Points
Converter:
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Schmidt K5 Converter
Price- 108$
2. EYEDROPPER MODELS:
We are introducing MODEL 5 (VARUNA GAJENDRA) in Eyedropper Models also.
These pens comes with 35mm Ambitious Gold coloured Fine Mdeium nib.
The nibs can be upgraded to 35mm White Bock in Medium /Broad nib with 9$ extra.
PRICE : 70$
Thanks all for your continuous support.
1. RANGA MODEL 5 (VARUNA GAJENDRA)- Premium ebonite with German JOWO/SCHMIDT Screw in Nib and Converter Pen pictures.
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2. RANGA MODEL 5 (VARUNA GAJENDRA)- PREMIUM EBONITE - EYEDROPPER MODEL
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Regards,

Kandan.M.P

Ranga Pen Company

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They are lovely pens, Kandan. Can you make them with a clip, or are they only clipless?

Dear Mr. avoiceinthedistance Sir,

 

The clip version can be made. But it won't be proportional to the length of the pen.

So I think Clipless version is goof.

 

 

Regards,

Kandan.M.P

Ranga Pen Company

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Beautiful.

Agreed

Anyone like Ray Bradbury? Please read "The Laurel and Hardy Love Affair" if you have about 12 minutes.

 

You will not forget this wonderful gem that is largely obscure and sadly, forgotten. http://bit.ly/1DZtL4g

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Stunning!

 

Such a pity that it is such a big pen...

Thanks very much Sir. Yes It is very big.

 

Regards,

Kandan.M.P

Ranga Pen Company

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I would like to order one of these pens:

 

#10 Orange eye dropper version with a white broad bock nib

 

Is that still possible? If so, can you invoice via PayPal?

 

Thanks,

Doug Austin

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