The pen is fitted with an medium Bock gold nib for extra smooth writing. It is perfectly balanced for a pleasurable writing experience. The pen weighs 28g when capped and 15g when removed.
The pen comes with an international ink converter and a cartridge in case you prefer that method. The pen comes enclosed in a solid rosewood and maple case providing maximum presentation and also safely storing your fine writing instrument. This pen is made to give years of pleasurable writing experience and will surely be a talking piece with any onlookers.
This is a one off pen and can not be replicated.
Padauk wood fountain pen in chrome hardware
Padauk wood is obtained from several species of Pterocarpus. All padauks are of African or Asian origin. Padauks are valued for their toughness, stability in use, and decorativeness, most having a reddish wood. Most Pterocarpus woods contain either water- or alcohol-soluble substances and can be used as dyes.
The padauk found most often is African Padauk from Pterocarpus soyauxii which, when freshly cut, is a very bright red/orange. Its colour makes it a favourite among woodworkers. Burmese Padauk is Pterocarpus macrocarpus while Andaman Padauk is Pterocarpus dalbergioides. Padauks can be confused with rosewoods to which they are somewhat related, but as a general rule padauks are coarser and less decorative in figure. Like rosewood, padauk is sometimes used to make xylophone and marimba keys, and guitars. It is an important material in traditional Chinese furniture.