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πŸ”” LAMY available at Pennonia

Great news! LAMY fountain pens and inks are available at Pennonia!!!

LAMY is one of the biggest makers of fountain pens in the world. Their iconic models from the Safari to the 2000 are known throughout the world for their high quality, excellent writing performance and magnificent attention to detail.

You check out the pens, inks and notebooks in the categories or by following the links. πŸ˜€

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ANNOUNCEMENT: Standardgraph inks are available at Pennonia

Hello everyone! It’s my great pleasure to announce that Standardgraph fountain pen inks are available at Pennonia!

If you haven’t heard about them here’s a quick overview: Standardgraph Zeichentechnik GmbH is a German stationery company with a huge range of products that fulfill all of your stationary needs. It’s not a surprise then that they have their own line of standard, glittering and dip pen (China) inks available.

They have been in the in game for some time now but they are not as popular as their other German counterparts like Kaweco, Pelikan or Rohrer & Klingner. They have a wide assortment of colors available and their inks are great and have quite a few unique colors. Most of the inks are also really wet. The bottles are made out of glass and contain 30 ml fountain pen blood…I mean ink! The bottle itself is shaped like the standard Pelikan 4001 bottles so you’ll already be familiar with it but unlike the Pelikans these bottles come with a metal cap. Down below you’ll find the list of currently available inks or you can also click this link to view them on a separate page!

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ANNOUNCEMENT: Worldwide Shipping Available

Great news everybody! Shipping is now available worldwide at Pennonia πŸ˜€ You can finally register and order from us from wherever you may be.

What’s a bit of a problem though is that it costs 30€ outside of the European Union. This was the reason why it was first limited to countries within the EU as the price will probably scare away 99% of all customers. What’s disappointing is that there is nothing we can do about it since the Romanian Post won’t even start negotiating unless we ship out a few hundred packets a month. We’re also against hiding the price of shipping in the price of the products themselves.

I guess this has to be filed as one of the hardships of starting a new company.