dandy in the evening sun

A little tribute to my Conway Stewart Dandy. This pattern (official name “Bronze” but I think of it as  fudge or almond brittle coloured) is just magnificent in broad sun light – and especially this warm evening sun.

This is by the window in my study – in the evening sun that now has found its way here. The nib on the dandy is a medium italic.

I find italics and stubs photogénique – much more so than fine and extra fines. These were (as most of my photos – I am too lazy and unskilled to photoshop more seriously) SOOC .  As usual: click on pics to view in bigger size.

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4 Responses to dandy in the evening sun

  1. TAO says:

    It’s a lovely pen and a lever filler! Yes, I do love those anachronistic filling systems. :D

    • dandelion says:

      Thank you! I am a little irritated by the fact that it is not possible to check the ink level in a lever filler, but it is a nice and simple (and beautiful) mechanism. I really like CS’ attention to detail on the lever on this pen.

  2. ArchiMark says:

    Very nice pen and pics as always….

    Wonder how that Bronze color compares to my ‘Bracket Brown’ color Churchill?

    Looks somewhat similar, but different….

    Very nice pen…

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