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Pensinasia - Fine Writing Instruments
Pensinasia is a collection of more than a decade of pens, fine writing instruments, and limited edition collectables. Over the past years, I have painstakingly detailed and photographed each pen I have owned, recording down every minute detail within this website. If you are a pen lover like me, you will find Pensinasia to be your definite source of knowledge to fountain pens.

Omas Limited Edition William Shakespeare Fountain Pen

The greatest playwright and poet of all time, William Shakespeare, was baptized in Stratford-upon-Avon, England 0n 26 April,1564, 450 years ago. He created art through his writing, and had created many linguistic expressions that remain in current English.
Made from oak, the tradional wood of Old England and antique silver with the cap of the pen shows the imprint of the ring believed to be Shakespeare, held in the archives of the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust. The cap itself, enriched by a clip decorated with a quill, is fully handmade in antique silver  An image of a writer, on the left side, complements the reproduction of one the most famous portraits of Shakespeare on the right. On the bottom of the pen, also made in antique silver, the original Parish Register entry is engraved: “Gulielmus filius Johannes Shakspere.”
Limited Edition of 450 piston filling Fountain Pens with nib in 18kt gold, is engraved with William Shakespeare’s initials, W.S.
Length fully capped    147mm
Diameter               16mm
Length w/o cap         133mm

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