The Brush Fountain Pen | Gold Plated Nib - Printmaker's Teal
Ferris Wheel Press proudly presents the latest iteration of their signature Brush Fountain Pen. Boasting the same level of quality that you expect from Ferris Wheel Press, the Brush Fountain Pen now comes dressed to impress in a stunning 14-karat plated gold nib. Measure the weight of your words in gold and elevate every aspect of your writing experience with their latest custom nib.
This striking gold nib is available in both fine and medium nib weights, housed in the iconic custom engraved brass grip assembly which will beautifully patina over time. The new gold plated nib provides the same smooth and reliable ink delivery that loyalists of Ferris Wheel Press are familiar with, ensuring every word written is as enjoyable from the first stroke to the last.
Pen your thoughts, ideas, dreams, and correspondences with an instrument that rewards you every time you pick it up. The Brush Fountain Pen dipped in 14k gold —– your latest reason to fall in love with writing again.
• Full copper body
• Brass grip with CNC etching
• Brass nut on cap
• Total length: 143mm
• Cap length: 57mm
• Grip length: 24mm
• Total weight: 23g
• Nib: 14k Gold Plated Medium Point OR Fine Point
• Filling System: Standard International sized piston converter with ~0.75ml chamber
Once Upon a Design
The Brush Fountain Pen takes its namesake and familiarity from the contoured silhouette of an artist's paintbrush. This shape was designed for good balance in-hand, while remaining comfortable over a long period of time. These characteristics are valued by every modern day writer or illustrator wanting to use inspiring tools that function as well as they look.
Drawing parallels to the ferrule, traditionally a metal section that holds the bristles of a brush, the grip section of the Brush fountain pen plays the important role of securing the nib. The spirited etchings on the grip are inspired by the mechanical components of our vintage printmaking studio equipment; including the flywheel of a 1912 Pearl letterpress, and a fully functional Underwood typewriter —– the 'original' modern method of typesetting. The fanning geometric lines are analogous to the type hammers of a typewriter, each carrying it's own miniature metal type block, waiting to be activated. And like how the carriages of a ferris wheel support its riders, the cylindrical carriage of a typewriter transports its paper in a horizontal and circular fashion.