No-Name “Tiny”

1920s
About This Pen

Well, that describes it pretty succinctly. It’s also silver, and delightful. This little pen (capped, it’s 2.9” long), is a ringtop with an appropriately small ring and filling lever. It is in silver metal, with a couple of smallish corrosion spots. Those, its weight, and the absence of a hallmark or plate’s sheen tell me it’s not real silver. However, its chevron patterned body is easy to grip and is quite dressy and attractive. In spite of my normal feelings about posting pens, this pen pretty much demands it. Other than the two small spots this pen is unmarked and undented, waiting for its new ribbon to hang around a lady’s neck. The diminutive nib is marked 14K and writes a wet, flex, medium to broad line. The perfect holiday present for a traditional note writer.

Price: $72