Up the elegance of your handwritten notes with this lustrous blue ink from Japan.
Earthlings have gazed at the dark, star-speckled sky for millennia, and this box of postcards compiles 50 impressions, from the scientific—such images plumbed from Galileo’s notebooks or the NASA archives—to the fanciful.
Is it true that NASA spent millions of tax-payer dollars to develop a pen that didn't rely on gravity while their rival Soviets simply used a pencil? No, but it is true that this pen is one handsome and well-designed writing implement.
An elegant pen with a soft gold nib and unparalleled line quality.
Achieve brushlike line quality with this Japanese pen's unique nib.
A stationery accessory straight from the Middle Ages. If you’re going to seal your letters with wax, you could do worse than a desktop candle furnace.
Ghost paper features embossed rather than printed lines. They’re tactile and unmistakably present, but mostly invisible under direct light, leaving behind clean rows of text.
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