Epic

Epic in Illuminated Amber Acrylic (Large)The Epic’s long, clean lines create a pen that is strong and grand without being ostentatious. The barrel expands ever so slightly toward the end before making a sharp taper downward. Though similar to the expanding barrel on the Balladeer, the Epic’s barrel is much slimmer, with only a slight swell at the widest point of diameter. This design helps to keep the pen from slipping down in the hand.

A popular variation on the standard Epic is the “Churchillized” Epic, which is crafted to resemble the classic Conway Stewart Churchill with its accent bands and cap grooves.

Epic in Illuminated Amber Acrylic (Large)

Cartridge/Converter/Eyedropper filling system. Prices start at $235 for the base model.  Click Here to Order

Pen Dimensions for the Epic

Churchillized Epic in Conway Stewart Dartmoor with Ink Window & Silver Furniture

Churchillized Epic in Conway Stewart Dartmoor with Ink Window & Silver Furniture – Medium

Chruchillized Epic in Illuminated Amber Tortoise and Black Ebonite - Medium

Chruchillized Epic in Illuminated Amber Tortoise and Black Ebonite – Medium

Churchillized Epic in Dartmoor Acrylic with Bronze Furnishings - Medium

Churchillized Epic in Dartmoor Acrylic with Bronze Furnishings – Medium

 

Epic in Pistachio Acrylic - Small

Epic in Pistachio Acrylic – Small

Churchillized Epics in Quartz Burgundy & Azure - Medium

Churchillized Epics in Quartz Burgundy & Azure – Medium

Churchillized Epic, Straight Barrel, in Tibaldi Impero Celluloid - Medium

Churchillized Epic in Tibaldi Impero Celluloid, straight barrel – Medium

Chruchillized Epic in Conway Stewart Azure - Medium

Churchillized Epic in Conway Stewart Azure – Medium

Churchillized Epic in Black Ebonite - Medium

Churchillized Epic in Black Ebonite – Medium

Epic in Illuminated Amber Tortoise w/ Bronze Clip - Large

Epic in Illuminated Amber Tortoise w/ Bronze Clip – Large

Churchillized Epic in Quartz Burgundy - Medium

Churchillized Epic in Quartz Burgundy – Medium

Churchillized Epic in Illuminated Amber Tortoise Acrylic - Medium

Churchillized Epic in Illuminated Amber Tortoise Acrylic – Medium

Churchillized Epic in Classic Green acrylic & Black Japanese Ebonite

Churchillized Epic in Classic Green acrylic & Black Japanese Ebonite

Churchillized Epic in Heather Acrylic - Medium

Churchillized Epic in Heather Acrylic – Medium

Epic Harlequin Deluxe in Ruby Water and Black Acrylics - Oversized

Epic Harlequin Deluxe in Ruby Water and Black Acrylics – Oversized

Epic, Churchillized, in Conway Stewart Opal - Medium

Epic, Churchillized, in Conway Stewart Opal – Medium

Epic, Churchillized, in Conway Stewart Azure - Medium

Epic, Churchillized, in Conway Stewart Azure – Medium

 

 

Epic in Illuminated Amber Acrylic (Large)

Epic in Illuminated Amber Acrylic (Large) with Custom Bronze Clip

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6 thoughts on “Epic

  1. I tried to order an Epic in Illuminated Amber Acrylic with an 18K broad nib and the custom bronze clip, but the link didn’t respond.
    Can you sort me out?
    Regards,
    Craig Retter

  2. Hi there! I am in love with these pens! I just happened to see a hashtag and picture on Instagram. My favorite however is the Epic Harlequin Deluxe in Ruby Water and Black Acrylics – Oversized. Can you tell me how much it will cost for one? I’m looking into getting one for a gift and possibly one for myself. And do you make rollerball pens? That’s actually what I personally use. I don’t like ballpoint at all. Rollerball is my preference. However these fountain pens are quite nice! Thanks,

    Kourtney

    • Hi, Kourtney,

      I am experimenting with a rollerball design and should know in a couple of months if it will be a keeper. 🙂
      The Epic Harlequin Deluxe was a custom creation using an antique brass button for the finial inlay. It was provided by the client. That particular pen cost $326 + shipping. If we could find a button or some type of inlay that you wanted, we could certainly make a similar pen. That one was oversized due to the large diameter of the button, so something smaller would be more practical. Email me if you have any questions! renee@scriptoriumpens.com

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