Cambridge Fountain Pen Kit - Silver With Ti-Gold Accents

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These elegant Fountain pens are the newest variation to the original Berea Cambridge! The sculptured representations of grapes and leaves but now with a completely metal center band.

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Cambridge Fountain Pen Kit - Silver With Ti-Gold Accents

The Berea Cambridge Hybrids™ features a new design change. It features a re-designed center band for an improved over-all-appearance and function. These pens are a new variation to Cambridge's™. The sculptured fittings are representations of grapes and grape leaves. These pens all have plated nib sections and plated metal nib couplers. All external parts are solid metal. We have used two of our finest and most durable plating - Titanium Gold and Stunning Silver.  This kit also comes in a rollerball version. 

Cambridge Hybrid Instructions (New).pdf

For this kit you will also need -

  • Mandrel Shaft B or A
  • Bushing 16B or 48A
  • Drill Bit 33/64
  • Drill Bit 31/64 

All Metal Center Band Version

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Product questions

  • alan olson
    Aug 11, 2021, 09:12 AM

    what size nib doe this pen have. If not a 6, can it be converted to that.

    Aug 11, 2021, 10:33 AM

    The Cambridge comes standard with a #6 nib.

  • Robert Barth
    Sep 26, 2019, 11:14 AM

    I am looking for a fountain pen that is postable (?), where the cap screws on when the pen is being used. Does this have those threads?

    Sep 26, 2019, 12:37 PM

    Hi Robert, no the Cambridge doesnt have posting threads on the body finial either. Threading should be visible in the photos. The Cambridge has a smooth back body finial (no threads) where by contrast the Jr George (or some jr statesman) will have and show the threads.

    I hope that helps!