Pastimes: Inscribed in ink
Posted: 08 Apr 2008 @ 00:00
SOME PEOPLE I know consider my fountain-pen collection to be a little eccentric. But pens are working instruments with an ongoing purpose, and, in an age of computers, they enable people to stand out from the crowd.
A huge variety is available. They come in a range of materials, colours, and sizes. The crucial element, however, is not how they look: it is the quality of the nib. If a pen has a damaged nib, then it is useless. Good nibs are typically made from precious metal, such as ...
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