1. Cleo Skribent - Antimicrobial Copper Ballpoint Pen

Why is it a good gift?

Exclusivity! There's only one place on the planet that you can buy this pen, and that's at Papier Plume. Your gift recipient can bask in the thought of being one of the privileged few who own a unique Cleo Skribent copper ballpoint pen.

Who is this a good gift for?

This Cleo Skribent Ballpoint pen is made from the highest quality copper which gives it natural antimicrobial properties. That makes this pen ideal for anyone that may come into contact with nasty germs on a regular basis. It's perfect for doctors, nurses, police officers, EMT, school teachers and those working in retail.

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2. Jean-Pierre Lepine - Indigo Classic - Murano

Why is it a good gift?

Diversity! With a wide variety of colors and designs, the Lepine Indigo Classic Murano it is one of the most diverse pen lines that we carry. Available as a Fountain Pen or Rollerball Pen, you're sure to find a design that will match the taste of almost anyone on your shopping list.

Who is it a good gift for?

The Indigo Classic features a small, compact design that fits nicely in a pocket or clutch purse. When it's time to write with your pen, you can dock the screw cap and experience the comfort of a full length pen. It's perfect for that person with the an eye for design.

 

3. Lamy Safari

Why is it a good gift?

Customizable! The Lamy Safari pen can be customized to each writer's particular needs as they change over time. Nibs can be purchased individually, and in a variety of sizes; from extra-fine to broad, from stub calligraphy nibs to luxurious Gold nibs. Whether you want to try something new, or just extend the life of an older pen, Lamy is the practical option for the writer who wants it all.

Who is it a good gift for?

Lamy is the most popular fountain pen maker in the world, and the Lamy Safari and Lamy Al Star are a standard part of many writer's pen collections. That makes this the perfect gift for someone with a curiosity about fountain pens, someone just looking to get started with a fountain pen or even a seasoned writer.

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4. Platinum - Maki-e Brush Pen

Why is it a good gift?

Uniquely Artistic! Maki-e is Japanese lacquer sprinkled with Gold or Silver Powder as a decoration using a makizutsu or a kebo brush. This gives the Platinum Maki-e pens a look like no other pens in the world.

Who is it a good gift for?

This pen from Platinum features a brush tip instead of nib, ballpoint or rollerball point. That makes it great for anyone wanting to write using Japanese calligraphy. The Platinum Maki-e uses an ink cartridge so you don't dip the brush, you just begin writing, or brushing, your letters!

 

5. Retro51 Tornado Rollerball Pen - Vintage Metalsmith Collection

Why is it a good gift?

Heavy Metal! A high quality metal pen, for a fair price, made in the United States of America. When you hold one of the Retro 51 Tornado pens from the Vintage Metalsmith Collection, you feel like you're holding something of substance, and when you write with one, you feel you like you're writing with something exquisite.

Who is it a good gift for?

There are some many unique, artistic and pop culture designs in the Vintage Metalsmith Collection that you are sure to find one that is great for any patriot, intellectual, fashionista or romantic in your life. Just be careful. These pens are very popular among collectors and you may be enabling someone's new obsession.

 

6. Wahl-Eversharp Oversized Decoband Gold Seal Fountain Pens

Why is it a good gift?

Longevity! Wahl-Eversharp introduced the Original Decoband in 1929 and this timeless classic has never gone out of style. This luxury fountain pen has a pneumatic filling mechanism, ebonite body and 14-Karat Gold 'Superflex' nib that harken back to the golden age of fountain pens.

Who is it a good gift for?

This beautiful fountain pen, only available in limited quantities, has unique flex nib capabilities that make it a great fountain pen for those writers or business executives that insist on having only the best things in life.