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Esterbrook Estie Oversized Fountain Pen - Sea Glass with Gold Trim

Esterbrook Estie Oversized Fountain Pen - Sea Glass with Gold Trim

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New 2021

To celebrate the nearby shores of Esterbrook's birthplace, the Esterbrook Oversize Estie Sea Glass with Gold Trim Fountain Pen is the newest introduction to the core Estie range of writing instruments. Made of turned highly polished acrylic with a Sea Glass mix of colors, the fountain pen is adorned with a stainless-steel JOWO nib and matching gold-plated clip that slides easily into one's shirt pocket. In addition, the cushion-cap closure provides a secondary seal to ensure a wet point every time you start to write.

Available Nib Sizes: Extra-Fine, Fine, Medium, Broad and 1.1 Stub. Also available for an extra charge are two custom grinds: The Journaler by Gena Salorino and The Scribe by Josh Lax.

Filling: Universal Ink Cartridges or Converter for use with bottled ink.

For those who prefer a vintage nib experience, Esterbrook offers an engineered MV Nib Adaptor (sold separately). All vintage Esterbrook nib units are compatible with this adaptor.

Included: Gift box with Custom Logo Enternity Polishing Cloth

Estie Sea Glass

“The sea once it casts its spell, holds one in its net of wonder forever.”

-Jacques Cousteau

Timeless takes time.

And so it is with the coveted coastal treasures that wash ashore during low tides all over the world, known as sea glass. Shaped over many sunrises and sunsets, these bits of colored glass drift for as many as two hundred years, weathering storms in the salt water, tossing and turning, Mother Nature’s own polishing that gives them their characteristically smooth, frosted texture.

Prominent in the Northeastern United States, beaches along the shores of New Jersey and New York can be found teeming with these heirlooms and artifacts of whiskey and spirits, trinkets, medicine bottles, dinnerware, jam jars, old taillights and if fortune finds you, a piece of an antique ink bottle.

First used decoratively at the turn of the last century, beachcombers seek out these little gems giving credence to the statement that one man’s trash is another man’s treasure. A bounty of colors ranging from amber to green, black to pale pink and clear frost to the rarest turquoise blue, make sea glass a highly collectible commodity.