Feather pen Introduction
specification: Material: pen + alloy Nib type: Tip size pen: 1.0mm Replace tip size: 1mm 1.2mm 1.8mm 2mm 3mm Pen color: red, black (optional) Ink supply method: dip ink Feather length: approx. 26-28 cm / 10.5 inches Box size: approx. 27.5x11x3.5cm Weight: 230 grams Package list: 1 feather pen (with pen tip) 5 x nib replacement 1 bottle of ink (without ink) 1 gift box 1 pen holder Warning: You will receive an empty ink bottle without ink. (Because the transportation policy does not allow us to send any liquid.)
History of the feather pen
The feather pen is now the predecessor of the pen. From the Middle Ages to the 19th century, the pen was used as a writing instrument for recording each stage of Europe. Through the improvement of modern technology, several pens of lovely metal pen holders and stainless steel ball pens were carefully selected and became ancient. Elegant writing instrument
Warning: You will receive an empty ink bottle without ink. (Because the transportation policy does not allow us to send any liquid.)
After the feather tube is degreased, the end face is cut into a slanted tip-shaped ink to write, and the effect is much better than the reed pen. Because of its beautiful appearance, the feather pen looks elegant when written. Therefore, it has been popular in European countries for a long period of time, leaving the immortal ink of the quill in many classic works in Europe. * Feather pen, now the predecessor of the pen, from the Middle Ages to the 19th century, the quill pen as a writing instrument records every stage of the European civilization process. Almost all writings (such as religion, philosophy, literature, history, science, medicine, business, and management) are done without a quill. However, the origin and appearance of the first feather pen could not be examined. Originated from when and where there are different opinions, but it is generally believed to have been invented by the Romans in the sixth century. Generally, the maximum five feathers on the wings of poultry, geese, turkeys, swans, crows or ducks are used to make feathers, sometimes Feathers on other birds can also be used as feather pens.