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Conklin Duragraph Cracked Ice Fountain Pen - Omniflex

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Conklin Duragraph Cracked Ice Fountain Pen - Omniflex

Product description

A writing instrument intended to become a family treasure, the Duragraph Cracked Ice fountain pen perfectly encapsulates the practicality and beauty needed (in a design) for longevity. Its speckled monochrome pallet creates a pearlescent quality, while black tips at either end stylishly complete the design. This beautiful attention to detail, a reoccurring theme of Conklin pens, continues with a cap top embossed with the Conklin Est. 1898 logo and cap band inscribed with the famous three crescents and model name. A screw thread enables effortless separation of the barrel from the pen and reveals an fine glass converter inside, enabling the pen to be refilled from bottled ink. International cartridges can also be used. A clip mounted to the cap top means the pen sits lower and more securely in the pocket, and can accompany you wherever you go.

Conklin Duragraph Cracked Ice Fountain Pen - Omniflex

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