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Visconti Rembrandt Review

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Visconti Rembrandt Fountain Pen The Visconti Rembrandt has become a staple of the Italian pen maker’s line. It is priced well, attractive and handles beautifully. The body and cap are constructed of a variegated resin, which gives it a look reminiscent of chiaroscuro (hence the Rembrandt moniker). This pattern of light and dark varies between each pen, meaning that any single piece will differ from the rest with its own unique look. Visconti has taken a different approach to the Rembrandt line by utilizing a magnet inside of the cap to keep a secure hold onto the body of the...

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Pilot E95 Black and Burgundy/Ivory Fountain Pen Review

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Pilot E95 Burgundy/Ivory Fountain Pen The Pilot E95 is the latest in a long line of 14k gold nib pens. It comes in two versions, black and burgundy/ivory, both with gold trim. The standard Black with Gold trim is nice, but the Burgundy/Ivory really caught my eye.It is a shorter pen, only 4.7" capped and 5.8" posted, but perfect for my hands. The pen would probably be too small for someone with large hands. It has that vintage look from the 1960s and still is very classy and sleek. The scripted "E" on the cap and the gold inlaid nib...

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Cross Botanica Red Hummingbird Vine Design Century II Roller Ball CR_AT0645-3 Review

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Cross Botanica Red Hummingbird Vine Design Century II Roller Ball I find the new Cross Botanical designs to be a winner! The traditional slim body Cross formation is only enhanced by the floral patterns Henna designs. It is available in fountain pen, roller ball and ball point. The new offerings include Golden Magnolia, Purple Orchid and my favorite, Red Hummingbird Vine. The Hummingbird Vine design is an informal term used for certain climbing plants whose flowers are pollinated by hummingbirds.They are often planted in American gardens to attract these birds. The Arabic and Indian heritage Henna designs are patterned over...

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