Rebecca Moss Spirit II Fountain Pen
The Rebecca Moss Spirit II is part of a lightweight pen series that is as perfect in a man’s breast pocket as it is inside a woman’s clutch handbag. The lightweight body will let you write for hours without fatigue.
The Rebecca Moss Spirit II Fountain pen has a classic tapered torpedo-shaped barrel made from a beautiful precious resin available in six spirited, colorful finishes: Red Swirl, White Swirl, Black Crackled, Salmon Crackled, Navy Crackled and Mocha Crackled. The Spirit II has a threaded cap that can be removed to reveal the shiny Chrome section and the fountain pen nib. The cap can be posted securely. The cap also has a beautiful arrow-shaped Chrome spring-loaded pen clip which gives a firm hold when clipped in your pocket or bag. Rebecca Moss is etched in White around the bottom of the cap. The Rebecca Moss Spirit II Fountain pen is equipped with a Stainless Steel Medium nib that has a Rebecca Moss etching. This cartridge/converter style fountain pen comes with a Standard International size ink cartridge, but you can use a standard converter with it as well (sold separately). This lightweight Rebecca Moss Spirit II fountain pen delivers a delightful writing experience and is perfect for writers or business people who spend long hours with pen in hand.
NOTE: This pen designer has ceased operations, so there are limited chances to own a famous Rebecca Moss pen!
Rollerball Pen Specifications
Length, Capped: 5.75"
Length, Posted: 6.1”
Length, Uncapped: 5”
Weight: 1.0 oz
About Rebecca Moss
Rebecca Moss was a high-end Manhattan boutique from designer Sam Zagoory. It was known for its offering of fine writing instruments that even caught Oprah’s eye, and hand. Zagoory put a lot of passion into his exclusive designs, both offbeat and artistic, that all had some level of flair like no other. Rebecca Moss pens have been known to rival the likes of Mont Blanc, although they are more focused on design and originality. These beautiful luxury writing instruments can make you feel sophisticated and glamorous when penning ink to paper. Sam Zagoory once said: "In a world of computers, it's nice to put a gorgeous pen to paper - it makes you feel gorgeous." We couldn't agree more!