Inscribe your brilliant ideas and sign your important documents with a
meticulously crafted fountain pen that’s worthy of the occasion—and of collection.
Photography by James T Murray Styling by Yuco Lacovara
;;; ;;;;;;; ;;;;;;, a keyboard just can’t compare with a finely crafted pen. From left:
The Georg Jensen Bespoke Alligator Fountain Pen’s soft grip connects a stainless steel nib
to a guilloche-work sterling silver barrel and cap.
georgjensen.com The new Ottilie Fountain Pen,
named for Faber-Castell’s 19th-century heiress, has an iridium-tipped 18-karat gold nib made in a
process of more than 100 steps, most completed by hand.
graf-von-faber-castell.com The 14-karat white
gold handmade nib of the palladium S. T. Dupont Fire Head Line D can be switched for a rollerball.
st-dupont.com or davido; geneva.com Cartier’s Exceptional Pen in sterling silver, mother-of-pearl,
gold and palladium finish, with a rhodium-finished 18-karat gold nib, is limited to 1,909 individually
cartier.com Australian designer Marc Newson worked with Hermès on its first
pen: The exclusive rotating mechanism of the futuristic, capless Nautilus in anodized aluminium
and stainless steel reveals a 10-karat white gold nib and iridium point.
New to fountain
pens? Be ready to
fall in love with the
vivid world of ink:
teal, orange, green,
above, inspired by its
hue in between.
Even staid blue and
black show expres-
sive new depths
depending on paper