Kintsugi Disposable Coffee Cup - Studio Pen

Kintsugi Disposable Coffee Cup - Studio Pen

from 250.00

The Studio Pen allows you to write in your own way with it's unique design. Accepting a variety of different pen styles including brush pen, fountain pen, rollerball, calligraphy style titanium EF nib, fine liner and felt tip it's designed to be the only pen you'll ever need to own. see refills page

This is the first pen (as far as I know) to be made from used disposable coffee cups! The clever folks at GF Smith Paper have found a way of separating the cup’s paper from the plastic to make an amazing range of beautiful papers. Ive taken their ‘Aqua’ paper and turned into a solid block using layers of eco-resin and then turned it into this pen. This particular pen broke on the lathe so I’ve used the Japanese process of Kintsugi ‘golden repair’

Choose between a fountain pen attachment , multi-pen attachment or use both attachments and refills in the same pen. 

The fountain pen comes with an ink converter a Bock nib and a tip size of your choice (you can choose this after adding to your cart). The standard multi-pen attachment comes with a superb Ohto medium black ceramic rollerball.

Please add more of your favourites like the brush pens, coloured inks and fine-liners after adding to cart on my refills page.

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Each pen comes with a Tom's Studio x High Meadows leather handmade pen sleeve. (please let me know if you’d prefer a ‘vegan’ option).

Each pen is approx 15cm long, 14mm at its widest point and a reassuring 50g - 60g in weight. Designed to be used without posting the cap when writing. The balance is perfectly placed between your fingers and the webbing of your hand.

Please allow approximately 1-2 weeks for dispatch so I can order your specific refills etc.

The brass of the pen will age naturally patina over time, you can choose to keep this or polish it up to it's gleaming best. To keep your pen in tip top condition please visit my pen care page .  Marble pens aren't shatterproof so please take care not to drop them.