It features very bright, vibrant colouring that form stunning patterns which reflect light in all directions. This pen is quite small - maybe suited to a smaller hand or perhaps a new fountain pen user. The section has a slight centre dip, allowing a good grip for your fingers. The cap and barrel has a step of around 1 mm. The pen is lined with an acrylic cast by jim knapp (of lumberjimstudios), called cold brew coffee.
The cap is single threaded and can be removed within 2.8 turns. The pen uses a bock nib (180 or #5) and is shown here with a rose gold plated nib (f), which you may change on request for any bock nibs, at no further cost (save for the precious metal nibs :-). The final image above shows the various options of pen cases available at no further cost - the wood cases are turned to fit the pen, whilst the black box is pretty standard.
The wooden cases have a friction fit cap, and can be turned from most hardwoods. The image shows examples of cases in walnut (darker) and olive ash (smaller), but other woods such as ash, beech or oak could be used. Finally the pen is supplied with an ink convertor, an international ink cartridge and a roll stop which will be turned from a matching or contrasting acrylic or wood. Type - small artisan fountain pen. Nib - bock #5 / 180.
Open length - 126 mm. Cap widest - 14.8 mm mm. Barrel widest - 13.74 mm. Section length - 26 mm. Section pinch - 9.87 mm.
Cap-barrel step - 1 mm.