W.B. Purvis Gentleman's Fountain Pen
Brand 1865 Company
On January 7, 1890, W.B. Purvis received a patent for the fountain pen. Purvis saw the need for a more convenient way to sign letters and documents and decided to take action. The fountain pen made the use of an ink bottle obsolete by storing ink within a reservoir within the pen which is then fed to the tip of the pen. We celebrate W.B Purvis with our substantial gentleman's fountain pen made of African Cocobolo wood finished with distinctive 22k gold accents surrounded by a brilliant Rhodium finish. The fountain pen features an iridium point for smooth writing and dependable ink flow.