Before the invention of the pencil, medieval scholars would use silver to draw fine lines.
This has now been recreated into a modern form. A pen that has no ink and which has a tip made of a silver
alloy. No ink smudges, never runs out and writes in all conditions. It should be pointed out that the writing
is not a high contrast, can't be rubbed out and it only writes on paper.
- Silver alloy tip
- No ink
- Writes in all conditions. Wet, dry, upside down, hot or cold.
- The maker claims it never runs out
- Wood body - Cherry
- 8mm in diameter, 165mm long