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Limited Edition items are typically numbered and are only available for a limited time. Limited edition items are great for pen collectors or any pen enthusiast. Find out all the latest limited edition pens and inks at Pen Chalet and see the items before they are available to the public.

100th Anniversary Pilot Ebisu Ink Bottle

Pen Chalet Ink Review & Giveaway: 100th Anniversary Pilot Ebisu Ink

Pilot 100th Anniversary Ink commemorated the Pilot Namiki 100th anniversary in 2018. To celebrate the massive milestone, the company released a series of seven Maki-e fountain pens each representing one of the seven Gods of Good Fortune. Along with the Maki-e pens, Pilot released a set of seven complimentary, limited edition ink colors representing the

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Introducing: Visconti Caesar’s Firenze Fountain Pen

The Visconti Caesar's Firenze comes with a rich history. In 59 BC Julius Caesar established Florence, Italy using it as a settlement for his veteran soldiers. At the time of its creation, it bore the name Fluentia (flowing) due to the settlement’s position between two rivers. In 1988 the brand Visconti was founded in Florence,

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Pilot's 100th Anniversary Limited Edition Releases

Pilot’s 100th Anniversary Limited Edition Releases!

Pilot's 100th Anniversary is upon us, and they are releasing some stunning limited edition pens and inks. These limited editions draw their inspiration from The Seven Gods of Good Fortune. Ebisu, Daikoku-ten, Bishamon-ten, Benzai-ten, Fuku-roku-ju, Juro-jin and Hotei-son each come depicted in Taka-Maki-e (Raised Maki-e) on seven fountain pens. While these beautiful pens are out

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Visconti Ocean Breeze Fountain Pen

Introducing the Visconti Ocean Breeze Fountain Pen!

Visconti recently announced the latest U.S exclusive limited edition! The Visconti Ocean Breeze Fountain Pen pulls its inspiration from Santorini, Greece. This island is famous for their beautiful Ocean Breezes and their rolling waves. Santorini Island lies near the southern end of the Aegean Sea. approximately 120 miles southeast of Greece's mainland. Read on to see how Visconti

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