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Glass Nib - Fountain Or Dip?


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This feels like a really, really, silly question, but based on the belief that the only silly question is the one unasked, I'll ask:

 

I was looking at this:

http://www.giardino.it/pens/visconti/artescrittura.php

 

And am confused....interchangeable nib? Does that mean the glass nib is a fountain pen, or just a glass dip nib? Can't figure it out, so would be grateful to get the answer :)

 

Alex

"As many nights endure Without a moon or star So will we endure When one is gone and far "Leonard Cohen, of blessed memory(21/09/1934-7/11/2016)

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I might be wrong, but it sounds like you get the glass nibbed desk pen and then also a fountain pen...but the fountain pen's section unscrews and can accept the rollerball grip section and rollergraphic [sic] grip section in addition to the fountain pen section.

 

So you get two pens, but multiple writing modes:

 

1. Desk pen with glass nib

 

2. Fountain pen (with FP, rollerball, and rollergraphic sections)

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Thanks all

 

Alex

"As many nights endure Without a moon or star So will we endure When one is gone and far "Leonard Cohen, of blessed memory(21/09/1934-7/11/2016)

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