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Oruc Gazi Kutluer

Below latest harverst from our studio :)


Ivorish Fountain Pen

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Combination of compressed bone&ivory dust and Alternate Alabaster Resin. Ruthenium/Rhodium Plated Jowo #6 18k Solid Gold nib. 975k Silver bands and Special Edition Kilk Cap Finial. Convertor and cartridge compitable. By using silicon grease you may fill with eyedropper.
Dimensions:
Length:142mm Capped, 130mm uncapped
Dia:13mm barrel threads, 15mm thickest point of barrel, 16.2mm Cap

Retroscript Instrument

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Indian Ebonite with 24k gold plated brass rings, 24k gold plated steel clip. Jowo #6 Twotone Nib unit. Converter and cartridge compitable. Sealing with grease possible to use with eyedropper.
Dimensions:
Length: 142mm Capped, 130mm uncapped
Dia: 13mm barrel threads, 13,75mm thickest point of barrel, 15,6mm Cap

Smokey Horn

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Semi-translucent AA-Resin with smokey oak horn sample. Filling with a screwed in international converter. Jowo #6 Gold Plated Nib Unit and 24 Gold plated bands and clip. Please note that cap is not postable.
This Pen can be filled with eyedropper by sealing the section threads with clear silicon grease. Compitable with 3mm international cartridges both long and short ones.
Dimensions:
Length: 145mm Capped, 135mm uncapped
Dia: 13mm barrel threads, 15.5mm thickest barrel, 16.5mm cap

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Below latest harverst from our studio :)

 

Ivorish Fountain Pen

ivory_4.jpgivory_3.jpg

ivory_1.jpg

Combination of compressed bone&ivory dust and Alternate Alabaster Resin. Ruthenium/Rhodium Plated Jowo #6 18k Solid Gold nib. 975k Silver bands and Special Edition Kilk Cap Finial. Convertor and cartridge compitable. By using silicon grease you may fill with eyedropper.

Dimensions:

Length:142mm Capped, 130mm uncapped

Dia:13mm barrel threads, 15mm thickest point of barrel, 16.2mm Cap

 

 

 

 

 

What a Nib... looks amazing... love the nib....

vaibhav mehandiratta

architect & fountain pen connoisseur

 

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@mehandiratta Thanks for kind words. Appreciated :)

 

@Sandsini I am trying my best, I have a long way to walk through... This work is a heritage to me, I am trying to carry this culture through the next generation :)

 

@inotrym This is the best pen ever I made :) Ivorish Fountain Pen is commissioned for a collection, The precision and aesthetic features are my highest point for this time :)

 

@fountainpagan Thanks my friend :) Keep following my works, I need your reviews to see what I can do more :)

 

@richardandtracy Thank :)

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Let my join in the song of praise... stunning.

 

Ahm, do they actually write? :rolleyes:

 

You make them? I take my hat off.

 

What's inside? What makes them tick?

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Oruc Gazi Kutluer

@Pen Engineer

 

Yeap, they do write as precisely as many of ours expectations :)

Yeap, I made them... It is an honour sir :)

Inside is a goot quality international converter. Schmidt K6 Screwing one.. What makes them thick, good question :) All these were commissioned and the dimensions are decided accordingly to both ergonomic and aeshtetic affairs. The materials except ebonite are semitranslucent, so thickness also gives the material opaque character. Semitranslucent materials with enough thickness have great shining abilties :)x

 

In my Studio, recently, I do not prefer to make pen models. I make pens exclusive to penlover :) I design per persona, and do not duplicate the pen anyhow :)

 

In near future I am planning to make models, yet, I told "in near future"

Thanks for comment :)

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@Pen Engineer

 

Inside is a goot quality international converter. Schmidt K6 Screwing one.. What makes them thick, good question

I meant... what makes them tick? What makes them work. ;)

 

Since you use the Schmidt converter, I assume, you also use their feeds and nibs. During my work in the pen industry, I used to visit the Schmidt factory on many occasions. Great people and work partners, still, there was a fine line, because they were also competition. :rolleyes:

 

I have been reading through their catalogue... and some of their information is ambiguous. ...about the feed that fills ups with decreasing air-pressure... they do not mention the most significant criterion: the amount of ink in the reservoir.

I write about this in my paper on feeds ==>> https://fountainpendesign.wordpress.com/feed-supply-ink-function-foutain-pen/fountain-pen-feed-basic-function-regulating-ink-flow/

 

and the pages following on from there.

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Oops.. I missed one letter :)

Schmindt converter has 3mm international fitting to feed housing. It fits perfectly to Jowo and Bock nibs also..

 

I also agree with the information in Schmidt catalogue, yet in practice it work perfect :)

 

Do you mean by reservoir that the air channels in the feeder? If yes, The channels are designed to hold bleeding ink (because ofdecreasing air pressure). Their channels are designed perfectly.. I never had bad experiences with both jowo, bock and schmidt feeders.. They are great for balancing air/ink parameters.

 

This is what I practised :) I am not an engineer :) :) :) :)

 

I follow your wordpress blog.. I read your post, thanks for sharing.. Informative ;)

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Fantastic looking writing instruments. Thanks for sharing.

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@ Oruc Gazi Kutluer

 

yes...

 

reservoir => I use as a general term for tank, bladder, cartridge or converter

 

thanks for telling me about the purpose of the feed... :rolleyes:

 

.... have a look at ==> https://fountainpendesign.wordpress.com/feed-supply-ink-function-foutain-pen/

 

and what follows under that tag :P

 

cheers

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@ Oruc Gazi Kutluer

 

yes...

 

reservoir => I use as a general term for tank, bladder, cartridge or converter

 

thanks for telling me about the purpose of the feed... :rolleyes:

 

.... have a look at ==> https://fountainpendesign.wordpress.com/feed-supply-ink-function-foutain-pen/

 

and what follows under that tag :P

 

cheers

 

Sorry for misunderstanding :wacko: regarding feed and reservoir.

 

Schmidt converters lik K5 and K6 (I usually prefer K6 with threads) are great for pen users who change their inks often.

I measured myself volume of the ink K6 converters take and I find a number around 1.2-1.3ml. I pump twice for filling the feeder air channels, and let the ink drop once to have enough space for inking to breath. This is what I have :)

 

Thanks for sharing your blog posts :)

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