Today I am presenting my Conway Stewart 15 in black casein. I did not realize when I bought the pen it was casein, that determination was amusing.
Next up: The Ones That Got Away
Totally self-serving, I also write a blog featuring our French Bulldog puppy and her satirical view of the world. I am told it is really cute, funny and who doesn’t love pictures of puppies?
From the blog
The production of Conway Stewart No. 15 spanned a decade beginning in 1952. As with many vintage Conway Stewarts, this model is a fairly small pen and often made of Casein.
From time to time when I’m feeling uninspired (or lazy). Today it is lazy, lets dig up and share an original post from yesteryear. This time I am presenting a pen made with a women in mind.
Dip pens are pens you dip into a bottle of ink. As you write it is necessary to dip the nib every few words or sentences. So why would anyone still use these old things?
Hi, I bought my first fountain pen in 2007, soon after Waterman Hemisphere became my pen of choice until the pandemic when i discovered vintage pens. I now exclusively use a 1928 Duofold Jr.. Read more