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Jean-Pierre Lepine Yuzu Ebony Wood Fountain Pen

Jean-Pierre Lepine Yuzu Ebony Wood Fountain Pen

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    Jean-Pierre Lepine Yuzu Ebony Wood Fountain Pen

    The Lepine Yuzu fountain pen is a beautiful fusion of Japanese and French styles made from Ebony Wood and accented with brushed Palladium fittings. It comes equipped with a Matte Stainless Steel nib that is etched with Lepine’s distinctive floral design and is available in a Fine, Medium or Broad nib size. The cap is postable, but we recommend against posting to avoid scratching the fountain pen’s wooden barrel. This elegant Lepine Yuzu fountain pen is more subdued with its styling than many other Lepine pens, yet it still finds a way to demand attention. The handcrafted Jean-Pierre Lepine Yuzu fountain pen comes packaged inside an elegant Oak display box. The inner piece of the display box can be removed and will double as desk rest! The box also contains a bottom compartment to hold extra cartridges or other small writing supplies. The Ebony wood and Oak are both sourced from the Jura region of France.

    Note: Comes with one cartige. Accept an international convertor.

    Pen Specifications

    Length, Capped: 5.7”

    Length, Uncapped: 5”

    Diameter, Barrel: 0.5”

    Diameter, Section: 0.4”

    Weight: 1.2 oz

    About Jean-Pierre Lepine

    Designer Jean-Pierre Lepine takes great pride in the design and craftsmanship of his fine writing instruments, which spark the imagination with their bold designs and please the hand with their high-quality materials. These unconventional high-end pens have a surprising combination of colors, shapes and technical ability. All Lepine pens are completely handcrafted in France in small batches by expert craftsmen following age-old traditional techniques using materials like acrylic, rhodoid, brass, aluminum, delrin, stainless steel, carbon and leather, precious metals like silver and gold, exotic woods and precious stones.


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