Fountain pens are holy instruments. They command attention without ostentation, respect without violence, affection without obsequiousness. The truly amazing women and men in history used fountain pens. And they’d happily walk towards the gibbet before touching a ball point.
Because fountain pen love isn’t any archaic affectation. Nor a refuge for that opponents of progress. The passion for fountain pens are alive and well within the digital age. In 2016, that fascination given a big market.
Aparita Bhandari has been doing her small part to increase sales figures.
She felt the time had come to satisfy some brother and sister enthusiasts. It had been an opportunity to explore their desire for fine pencils and to try and understand her very own.
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