Collection: Conklin Duragraph Abalone Nights

Abalone Nights Entertainment

The original Duragraph was launched in 1923, and shortly thereafter was considered to be 'the definitive' pen. The model was named by combining the words durable and graph to comprise Duragraph™. Prolific.

Duragraph adds the Abalone Nights to your must-have collection of unique collectibles; sharing the dynamics of an abalone shell, this zestful pen combines an iridescent finish with an array of metallic hues. Featuring black resin on the cap and front section, it is also paired with chrome metal plating on the threads and clip. 

Fitted between the black resin cap and the chrome thread is the very alluring abalone glossy shell. Like the shell, Abalone Nights is extremely durable. Its dynamically crafted luminous finish resembles peacock green, cobalt blues, and metallic purples giving it a mystical high status. Abalone shell has been used as rare decorative jewelry for centuries in ancient cultures and ritual ceremonies. It is an important and vital staple in native cultures around the world. 

Take note of this collectible’s abalone shell barrel; admiring it in the light when hand-turned, it reflects the shimmering essences off its surface, enhancing the stunning colors like radiating energy. With its perfect development, the cap easily twists off and flawlessly snugs on the back end of the barrel. 

Duragraph Nights Abalone is available in fountain pen, rollerball, or ballpoint. The fountain pen’s Jowo German-made nib is available in extra-fine, fine, medium, broad and Omniflex sizes.  It uses an included threaded ink converter or ink cartridges. The ballpoint accepts Parker Style ballpoint refills, and the capped rollerball accepts standard international rollerball refills.