The Conklin Pen Company® was established in Toledo, Ohio USA in 1898 by founder Roy Conklin. From the Golden era of fountain pens until today, it’s recognized as being one of the first companies to add the feature of true mobility to daily writing. The Stylograph collection is designed and based upon the original and timeless Conklin models from the 1930s and brought into the new era with bright colors and unique finishes.
The collection is available in two vibrant color combinations: Orange and Black with Gunmetal accents or Green and Brown with chrome accents. The pen features Conklin’s elegant clip, designed to fit easily to thin or thick pocket materials with just a simple touch of the hand. Each pen is hand-made and therefore, no two pens are exactly alike.
The Stylograph Mosaic is available in fountain and ballpoint pens. The fountain pen fills via cartridge or converter (included) and is equipped with a premium JoWo stainless steel #6 nib personalized with the Conklin name, the historic “Toledo, USA” mark, and a crescent-shaped breathing hole. The nib is available in extra fine, fine, medium, Broad, or Omniflex.
The ballpoint pen activates with a convenient twist-top mechanism. It accepts standard parker style ballpoint or gel refills. We have a huge selection of colors and point sizes to fit.
Every Conklin pen arrives with a lifetime warranty and is presented in a gift box.
Mosaic is an art form that creates images using small pieces of colored glass, stone, or other materials, assembled together to form an artwork. The earliest examples of art created using mosaic consisted of pieces of colored stones, shells and ivory; the artworks date back to the second half of 3rd millennium BCE and were located at temple building in Ubaid, Mesopotamia. The Stylograph Mosaic is made of very rare and beautiful acrylic resins which gives the satisfaction of holding a work of art in your hands. Delicately combined mosaic fragments bring unique colors and patterns to the design of this exquisite writing instrument. Each element and color are carefully paired together to create a seamless symphony of colors that evoke the historical heritage of the art deco art movement.