Author: chawm

The Onoto Pen Company unveils the University of Oxford Collection

The Onoto Pen Company, makers of luxury pens that are for today, tomorrow, forever have announced the launch of two new pens to the official University of Oxford Collection: the Oxford Blue Magna Classic and the Oxford Blue & Gold Pinstripe! The pens symbolise the rich history of one of the most prestigious educational

 

Antique, Vintage or Classic – your pen of hemlock or my cup of joy?

Antique, Vintage or Collectable – how best to describe your Fountain Pen? We collectors (hoarders, aficionados, squirrels, gleaners, whatever) of fountain pens are always in a quandary, when it entails describing our prize possessions. How do you classify the Montblanc Rouge et Noir safety BHR (No. 4 long) pen that

 

Aurora Pens opens in Rome – its first Italian Flagship store

After the recent successes in Mexico, Turkey and Iran, Aurora Pens opens its first Boutique in Rome, at the number 12 in the prestigious street Via del Babuino. Renowned and appreciated worldwide, from 1919 Aurora is synonymous of Made in Italy par excellence and reaffirms its distinctive style and its

 

Introducing The Montblanc High Artistry Homage to Emperor Kangxi Limited Edition

A new writing instrument pays tribute to the life and legacy of China’s emperor   With its High Artistry Limited Editions, Montblanc pushes the boundaries of creativity and technical virtuosity to tell the stories of history’s great figures. Pairing the traditional expertise of the métiers d’arts nurtured for over 110

 

Introducing Montegrappa Configurator

MADE BY YOU A new website, and a completely new way to own the pen you’ve always dreamed of.  Introducing Montegrappa Configurator! A workshop that makes you the designer is the centrepiece of our brand-new web presence. Montegrappa Configurator is the world’s first pen customisation platform: a place to turn your ideas into

 

A Fountain pen, a fountain of joy?

Fountain pens – memories and inks that survived the holocaust! There are times when even hardcore lovers of fountain pens fail to screw our eyes to read the fine print on the nib or even the nearly worn stamp of the manufacturer on the barrel of the pen. We fail