Links

SOCIAL MEDIA

Flickr

Scriptorium Pens on Flickr – Original Flickr Photo Gallery, larger versions of images on this site, as well as more images

Instagram

Scriptorium Pens on Instagram – Lots of behind the scenes photos and shots of work in progress

Twitter

Scriptorium Pens on Twitter – Tweets!

Facebook

Scriptorium Pens on Facebook

MATERIALS

Muttblanks – home of the fabulous alumilite Lava Explosion, Lava Lamp, & Color Explosion blanks

Exotic Blanks – they’ve got nearly anything you can think of!

Bear Tooth Woods – a great mix of acrylic and alumilite choices

Vermont Freehand – ebonite from NYH, SEM, & Nikko, as well as Italian lucite/acrylic

Janzen Pfeifen – Italian lucite/acrylic

Richard Greenwald – unique acrylics

WoodPen Pro – lots of acrylics

CUSTOM NIB WORK & TUNING

Pendleton’s Pens – home of the famous Pendleton Point Elegant Butter-Line Stub~Italic and Pendletuning for smooth flow! Located in Cumming, Georgia, USA

Nibgrinder.com – home of nibmeister Marc Bacas, located in Cumming, Georgia, USA

FOUNTAIN PEN INFORMATION

Fountain Pen Network – online forum for all things related to fountain pens, inks, & paper

Fountain Pen Network Facebook Group – FPN’s Facebook version

RETAIL INK – Fill up that new custom Scriptorium pen with some beautiful ink!

Vanness Pen Shop – retail pen and ink store with inks from around the world, including Akkerman, Kobe, Callifolio, Bungubox, KWZI, and more. Located in Little Rock, Arkansas, USA

4 thoughts on “Links

  1. Hi: Was looking at your site. I am intrigued by the alabaster, and jade material. Do you have photos of these? Thank you.

    • Hi, Robert,
      I’ve been looking recently for more of the Alabaster material. It seems to be unavailable right now. I have only enough left for one pen, unless a new source comes up. As for the Jade, I no longer work with that material, as it is a polyester resin and is very fragile and cracks easily.

      • Bummer. Hope that you can obtain some alabaster material. That makes a neat pen. My wife and I were admiring the zephyr in the fire lava explosion. That makes a striking pen. Thank you.

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