Introducing the Scroll – A New Model

Introducing the Scroll

The Scroll - in a variety of materials

The Scroll – in a variety of materials

Long before I began the journey of making pens myself, I loved looking at all the different materials & colors available for pens. The pattern of the swirls, the variety of textures, the myriad combinations — all intrigued me. They still intrigue me. I love to get lost in the look of a pen. The materials chosen for one’s custom pen define its identity more than any other component, and so should share equal billing with the nib. With that in mind, I’ve added a new model that offers a broad canvas designed to allow the material to be the star.

Scroll In Ice Koi Alumilite - Medium

Scroll In Ice Koi Alumilite – Medium

The new Scroll is a flush barrel pen with a minimalist form, in a shape reminiscent of an ancient scroll. Clean and simple, it features a smooth barrel with slightly indented finials to add a bit of character to the otherwise straight cylinder. The Scroll can be enhanced with the usual furnishings, such as roll stops, clips, ink windows, & decorative bands, or it can be left in its minimalist form.  I’ve prepared a few Scrolls to be immediately available on the Pens for Sale page. Check them out!

Scroll in Mineral Sea Lava Explosion - Small

Scroll in Mineral Sea Lava Explosion – Small

Scroll in Ghost Koi Alumilite - Small

Scroll in Ghost Koi Alumilite – Small

Scroll in Water Lily Koi Alumilite & Blackberry Ebonite - Small

Scroll in Water Lily Koi Alumilite & Blackberry Ebonite – Small

 

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6 thoughts on “Introducing the Scroll – A New Model

  1. Again a beautiful design! You are too good at this. I sent in a comment too.

    On Sun, Oct 1, 2017 at 6:06 PM, Scriptorium Pens wrote:

    > Scriptorium Pens posted: “Introducing the Scroll Long before I began the > journey of making pens myself, I loved looking at all the different > materials & colors available for pens. The pattern of the swirls, the > variety of textures, the myriad combinations — all intrigu” >

  2. Love the new design. This is probably a first, a novel new shape, with a distant history, in fountain pen design. Love the colors and swirls of your example pens as well. Way to go!

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