The Kelmscott® has clean lines featuring a straight cap and barrel with a taper to allow for posting, and has slightly curved finials. The vintage profile is reminiscent of Waterman pens from the 1930’s. The name comes from The Kelmscott Press, created in 1891 by craftsman and designer William Morris. It was devoted to bringing back the beautiful illuminated manuscript styles of the medieval period.
The Kelmscott lends itself nicely to customization. Dress it up any way you want!
Cartridge/Converter/Eyedropper filling system. Prices start at $235 for the base model.