Potomac Inkview Fountain Pen – Monet
Push Button Mechanisms – Black Chrome (SKM 88)$7.25
Nib Sanding & Polishing Sticks$3.50
Abalone Dream, named by Nicky Pessaroff, editor of PenWorld Magazine, is a one of a kind, signed piece, made with mother of pearl, abalone, clear acrylic and 14KT yellow gold. It has a hand made 2 sided nib, with a hand made gold plated brass feed.
It is a big pen:
length: 158mm / 6.25″ when capped
width: 17mm / 0.67″ (at it’s maximum)
weight: 70 grams / 2.46 ounces (empty)
And it is cool to the touch, from its outer shells. The 14KT yellow gold, double sided nib has a 1.2 mm (approx.) stub on 1 side and a 2.5 mm (approx.) architect grind on the other side, with millgraining on the edges. It has a plunger filling system that holds at least 1.5 ml of ink (at most 2.0 ml). The cap does NOT post, you would not want to scratch the shells.
PRICE AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST. eMail us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Roller Ball Refill – SCHMIDT SRC 5888$1.80 – $2.25
Nib – Parker – Re-tipped$100.00
Push Button Mechanisms$5.45
FLEXIGRAN – Autumn$25.00
Plunger Filling System$30.00
Sunshine Polish Cloth$4.50
FLEXIGRAN – Thanksgiving Sunrise$25.00
Richard L. Greenwald, LLC offers unique limited edition hand made pens, crafted by Richard L. Greenwald. Each pen is made with hand-colored and hand-cast plastics. The exterior fittings are made with nothing less than sterling silver; while the mechanisms, springs, and refills are the finest that Germany has to offer. Everything else is done “in house.” When you acquire one of these fine writing instruments, you will be writing with a piece of hand made functional art, with no two being exactly alike.
Richard L. Greenwald, LLC also offers signed artistic photographs by Richard Greenwald. Specializing in macro photography, but not limited to it, he also offers his unique eye.
And for the penturners, in conjunction with the pens, we also offer pen parts that we bring in from SCHMIDT® a famous German manufacturer; or we manufacture ourselves for use in our own pens, and that work with the SCHMIDT® parts that we bring in. We also have a clearance section that has old stock from an earlier day when we made a different type of pen.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us. We thank you for visiting our website and for considering us.