Liliput Fountain Pen Silver
Foundation of the Heidelberger Federhalterfabrik (Heidelberg dip pen factory) by the gentlemen Luce and Enßlen. Although the Kaweco name was not listed in the Heidelberg directory until 1889. Wooden dip pens are produced; fountain pens and golden nibs are imported from Morton in New York. The success of Kaweco today can be largely attributed to inspiration through historical products of earlier periods. The brand's history and the nostalgic design of its products are deeply intertwined with modern technology.
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Lightweight, handy and suitable for absolutely any bag, the fountain pen is made of aluminium in silver. The material used is exceptionally durable, sturdy and hardly changes during use. The clear and straightforward design looks noble in combination with silver.
Measuring only 9.7 cm when closed, just 8.7 cm when opened, and 12.5 cm when the cap is attached to the barrel, the Liliput is one of the world's smallest fountain pens.
Exquisite metals grant versatility: from light aluminium for on the go to copper and brass, which develop a unique patina over time, this fountain pen leaves nothing to be desired.
Five different nib sizes are available, from extra fine to extra broad. While the extra fine nib (EF) is suitable for small and delicate handwritings, the extra broad (BB) nib is often used for large, dramatic signatures. For beginners, we recommend the nib size medium (M). All nibs are produced in Germany.
Suitable for the fountain pen, we offer a clip made from bronze as well as great leather cases to protect the pen on the go. The Kaweco Squeeze Converter is specially developed for the fountain pen of the Liliput series to fill with ink from an ink bottle.
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