Fine Writing Spotlight
Get the last drop of pen ink without creating a mess
One of the most enjoyable parts about writing with a fountain pen is filling it up with colorful ink. However, making an inky mess is what deters many people from writing with a fountain pen. Having ink-stained fingers may be a badge of honor for pen enthusiasts but most writers prefer a no-fuss, mess-free way to fill their pen. Even for the most seasoned fountain pen aficionado can struggle to fill a pen using an ink sample vial or drawing up ink from a half-empty bottle. In this video, we go through several solutions that will have you filling up your pens like a pro with little to no mess!
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Why Goldspot Pens?
Introducing the 2019 Goldspot Pens Magazine
The latest issue of the Goldspot Pens magazine is now available to read online. Check out over 50 pages of fine writing, including helpful articles, interviews, how-to's, gift guides, an ink swatch catalog, and more! Find your next favorite pen or a great gift for your friends and loved ones.
A Fine Pen with a Fine Arts Pedigree
The Visconti Rembrandt takes its name and inspired variegated resin from the famous Dutch artist known for his chiaroscuro painting technique. The subtle changes in light and dark swirl throughout the body and cap of the pen. Writers are also drawn to the magnetic cap closure and virtually indestructible spring loaded clip.
Now you see it, now you don't
The Pilot Vanishing Point (capless) is the world's foremost model of retractable fountain pen. How does it work? What makes this design the best and most desirable by writers and collectors? We make all the details appear in our comprehensive post.