Art Deco Fountain Pen Kit - Black TN & 22KT

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The Art Deco Fountain pen harkens back to a more graceful and opulent time of the 20's and 30's. This pen is rich in cast details and just exudes elegance and style.

  • $30.95
  • Weight
    2 oz
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Art Deco Fountain Pen Kit - Black TN & 22KT

This exquisitely original Art Deco Fountain Pen Kit was designed by David Broadwell. An accomplished custom art knife and pen maker with twenty-five years experience shaping & sculpting a variety of metals, fine woods, ivories, and stone. His pens have been featured in Stylophiles online magazine, Pen World International, Stylus Magazine, and was showcased in the Society of North American Goldsmiths (SNAG) 3M Innovative Tools 2002 Exhibition. His hand made pens sell for thousands of dollars. 

Art Deco design was an opulent and lavish art form that spanned the 1920's and 1930's. The art form influenced architecture, industrial design, interior design, fashion, and film. It is a time tested, and harken back to a more elegant and graceful time. The art form is as popular today as it was back then. All of the components of this pen are cast, polished and plated with a durable Rhodium & 22kt Gold or Black Titanium plating. The pen clip features unique Art Deco design and a radiant Swarovski Crystal, and the cap  and center bands are 3-D cast with intricate Art Deco details. The pen comes with a Schmidt medium point gold plated nib, plus a ink converter as well as an ink cartridge. Postable.

To make this pen kit you may also need:
Pen kit instructions
AArt Deco Rollerball/FTN Instructions
10.5mm Drill Bit
 10.5mm Drill Bit
12.5mm Drill Bit
 12.5mm Drill Bit
Art Deco Bushings
 Art Deco Bushings
extra Art Deco brass tubes
 Extra Aero Brass Tubes
7/8 by 5
Pen Blank Size

Mix and Match the Broadwell Art Deco Kits with other pen kits to achieve the best discount levels!

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