Stipula Etruria Wild Honey Fountain Pen
Stipula Etruria Wild Honey Fountain Pen

Stipula Etruria Wild Honey Fountain Pen

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An overly large yet comfortable pen, the Etruria Wild Honey Fountain Pen is made of slightly translucent resin, in honey tones, light and dark, with irregular stains and messy straws on the surface that let you feel the depth of the material. The cigar shaped design and is accented with a unique combination of matte metallic trim and narrow bands. The clip is forged from a single piece of solid metal and adorned with the Stipula wheat grass design along the end, one of the iconic images of the company and is beautifully engraved with the Stipula logo along the barrel. Adorned with an iridium point steel nib, you can fill the pen with either ink cartridges or bottled ink via a universal converter.

Available nib sizes: Fine, Medium, Stub 1.1 and V-Flex

Stipula Etruria

The exquisite, Stipula Etruria: a collection that best exemplifies the design sensibilities of the famous Italian pen maker, drawing inspiration from the sophisticated decorations of its Tuscan roots, a region known as Etruria during ancient times. Carefully examined for color and consistency each piece is hand selected and turned from solid rods of high-grade Italian resin and then hand polished to ensure that each writing instrument is made to Stipulḁs highest standard of quality.

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Robert Ruiz
Beautiful

This is the Magnifica version of this design, which means it's a little oversized in comparison to similar pens from Stipula's past. I own a vintage Stipula in Ambra with this same overall design where the body is celluloid and the trim is silver, and this one in "Miele Selvatico" (Wild Honey) with the trim in gold and the body in resin is every bit as nice in a collection case (despite being much less expensive to buy than the celluloid versions of the past when new). I'm glad to have this. I've enjoyed the celluloid version for years and I'm sure I will this one just as much, as I'm drawn to ambers and browns for fountain pens that I actually use (rather than collect), because they look so nice iwth the wood of my writing table and the various accoutrements I have on it. Highly recommended.

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