Traveller's Company

Traveller's Company - Brass Fountain Pen

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  • Regular price $109.95
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Japanese brass fountain pen - fine nibbed, robust and light. Able to be put on a chain or keychain and refills of 6 cartridges are only $9.95. The ink flow is smooth and wet enough to write on any paper.

This Brass Fountain Pen is equal parts elegance, functionality and cleverness, all packaged in a 100% brass barrel made in Japan. This fountain pen with a fine nib is a compact 10cm when closed (perfect to carry around) and extends to 14cm when ready to write. The barrel is smooth and of lightweight, ergonomic design. 

This fountain pen is engraved on the body with 'Traveler's Company Made in Japan'. It has a strong ring at the end to be attached to a key chain, bag or similar, making it a great accompaniment to the Traveler's Notebook. The ring can also be removed for a clip-free pen if you prefer. It has a sturdy clip on the side of the barrel and is smooth and elegant to hold. The brass construction ages gloriously and the pen becomes a precious tool over time. This pen comes filled with black ink and can be refilled with international standard cartridges. 

dimensions
length: 10cm (closed), 14cm (open)
nib: fine

The case is made of brass, an alloy of copper and zinc that has a unique golden colour and beautiful lustre that changes to a soft and deep golden colour as you use them. The brass appearance that makes you feel nostalgic. The more you use it, the more attached you get and before you know it, it has become an essential tool in your stationery arsenal.

Made in Japan.
Refillable with our MD Fountain Pen Refills or any standard international cartridge.


Also see our MD Japanese Fountain Pen, or our Traveller's Company Brass Ballpoint Pen, Brass Rollerball Pen or Brass Pencil.

Team with our Traveller's Company Notebooks or MD Notebooks.


Like its companion brand, MD, 
Traveller's Company has grown as an offshoot of the legendary Japanese stationary company, Midori. Established in Japan in 1950, and famous for the quality of its brass and paper products, Midori has now grown to be part of a stable of design stationery brands of international repute.  


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