Sunday Notes and Links

Edison Huron GrandeThis week’s favorite wasn’t the most used since it’s pretty much desk bound and I didn’t do much writing there this week. The Edison Huron Grande sat unused for far too long before I inked it up with R&K Blau-Schwarz a week ago. It’s bright red, white, and blue colors are the exact opposite of my usual desk pen, the all blank Franklin-Christoph Model 66. I use it a an eye dropper fill so there’s a lot of ink in that large barrel so it will be around for awhile.

Some links I enjoyed this past week…

Pilot Elite 95s Review — Pens and Planes! // A new pen (and plane) blog reviews a pen that has intrigued me but I rarely see reviewed.

Sheaffer Skrip Red – inklode // Glad to see my favorite true red ink get noticed.

Aurora 88 Fountain Pen Quick Review – THE UNROYAL WARRANT // Every time I read an Aurora review I make a mental note of the pen and the brand. Yet it never seems to quit make my wish list.

Mystery pen unveiled: Pelikan maki-e Fantasia – these beautiful pens // Wow!

Shopping Local and Serendipity – From the Pen Cup

Review: Conklin Duragraph Cracked Ice Fountain Pen (F Nib) – The Well-Appointed Desk // Several good reads at the Desk this week so browse around after reading this one.

Taking the pressure off: Improving the writing experience… – A fool with a pen // Good advice

Pen Review: Karas Kustoms Ink Black ‘n Copper — The Gentleman Stationer // Glad to know I’m not the only one who likes these.

Fountain Pen Guide Series, Session 3: How to Maintain Your Pens – Pentorium // Detailed information

Blue-Black, Bleu-Noir, Blau-Schwartz… — Just Pelikans // What color is blue-black?

Nock Co. DotDash Pocket Notebook – That One Pen // First review I’ve seen of Nock Co’s latest product

Check out all of this week’s links at Fountain Pen Links.

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