Midori's 70th anniversary Limited Edition MD Fountain Pen With Bottled Ink

£65.00

To celebrate Midori's 70th anniversary, the Japanese brand released 3 sets including a Limited Edition MD Fountain Pen with a 30 ml bottle of fountain pen ink available in blue, orange, or gray.

Very much like MD Paper, the fountain pen design is minimal yet leaves a strong impression. Featuring a clear plastic barrel , a metal cap, and a medium stainless steel nib, the fountain pen is of course a perfect match for MD Paper products but will also work excellently with any type of fountain pen friendly paper.

Why we love it? It's always about the quality with MD Paper, the fountain pen converter is made in Germany while the cartridge is made in Austria to make sure it benefits from years of fountain pen craftsmanship and history.

Good to Know:

  • Size : Φ11 × H133mm
  • Nib Size: M
  • Nib material: Stainless steel 
  • Includes refillable converter 
  • Includes ink (blue, orange, or gray)
  • Supplied with a black ink cartridge
  • Special 70th-anniversary Midori gift box

About MD Paper :

Simplicity and authenticity reunited in one notebook. Midori MD Notebook series capture the essence and the minimalism of Japan, alongside its long tradition of paper making and quality craftsmanship. They have been developing original writing paper  since the 60's, with one goal only : bringing back people to paper.

MD PAPER is made from hardwood pulp, which has a softer texture than common paper usually made from conifers. Originally white, they developed in 2006 their cream paper that is not only lovely on the eye but also more resistant to ink.

 

To celebrate Midori's 70th anniversary, the Japanese brand released 3 sets including a Limited Edition MD Fountain Pen with a 30 ml bottle of fountain pen ink available in blue, orange, or gray.

Very much like MD Paper, the fountain pen design is minimal yet leaves a strong impression. Featuring a clear plastic barrel , a metal cap, and a medium stainless steel nib, the fountain pen is of course a perfect match for MD Paper products but will also work excellently with any type of fountain pen friendly paper.

Why we love it? It's always about the quality with MD Paper, the fountain pen converter is made in Germany while the cartridge is made in Austria to make sure it benefits from years of fountain pen craftsmanship and history.

Good to Know:

  • Size : Φ11 × H133mm
  • Nib Size: M
  • Nib material: Stainless steel 
  • Includes refillable converter 
  • Includes ink (blue, orange, or gray)
  • Supplied with a black ink cartridge
  • Special 70th-anniversary Midori gift box

About MD Paper :

Simplicity and authenticity reunited in one notebook. Midori MD Notebook series capture the essence and the minimalism of Japan, alongside its long tradition of paper making and quality craftsmanship. They have been developing original writing paper  since the 60's, with one goal only : bringing back people to paper.

MD PAPER is made from hardwood pulp, which has a softer texture than common paper usually made from conifers. Originally white, they developed in 2006 their cream paper that is not only lovely on the eye but also more resistant to ink.

 

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