Antique Art Deco Sterling Silver Eyedropper Fountain Pen c. 1910
This early eyedropper pen, in black hard rubber with sterling silver ornamentation enclosing the cap and barrel, is typical of jeweler-made silver overlay work on fountain pens of this era. The engraved silver vine and leaf-shaped ornamentation shows minor dings and some wearing away of the filigree patterning from over 100 years of careful use.
This pen sports a Broad Left Oblique nib marked Century #2, but shows no other names besides the word "sterling" on the cap and barrel. The nib is a smooth and forgiving writer that produces a lovely antique-looking script style, and has a pleasant pencil-like feedback on the page.
This antique fountain pen is in Very Good condition.
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Unless otherwise requested, this Antique Art Deco Sterling Silver Eyedropper fountain pen will be fully tested and then tuned to your own personal writing preferences before shipping.
As a rule, our optional nib customizations are not recommended for a pen of this caliber and vintage. If you have a strong preference for a specific nib style, please include this in your order notes. The workshop will determine if we can accommodate your request.
Measurements & Specifications
|Ink Capacity||2.5 ml|
|Pen Weight||13.5 g|