Do you miss writing letters? When you watch a TV show and see characters writing notes to each other, do you feel nostalgic? If you do, a fountain pen might be the best for you. Fountain pens or ink pens get their name due to their never-ending ink supply – like a fountain.
Fountain pens gained popularity between the 1890s – 1950s, making an on-and-off comeback. The fountain pen was a result of frustration, creativity, and need. Though M. Bion created the original fountain pen, Lewis Waterman and William Purvis, among others, improvised u it and made it what it is today.
Today, the fountain pen is a sign of luxury and nostalgia, with collectors worldwide looking for their next find.