Pelikan M620 Madrid, M620 18K Extra Fine, inked with Pilot iroshizuku syo-ro

Pelikan M620 Madrid, M620 18K Extra Fine, inked with Pilot iroshizuku syo-ro

I love the look of this ruby red with grey and black marble effect pen. It is definitely the favourite red pen of my collection.

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I seem to be only getting fine nibs into rotation of late. I didn’t realise I owned that many fine and extra-fine nibs. This nib an M620 18K extra-fine is actually the nib that came with the M620 Madrid pen and has been in my possession for six and a half years. This is the first time they have been back together since their first use in April 2012.

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This beautiful ink was my first Pilot iroshizuku and was added to my collection just over eight years ago. The name syo-ro means pine needle dew, and I class this ink colour in the blue-blacks. This extra fine nib doesn’t show it at its best, but it does shade from broader nibs and will sheen red on Tomoe River paper.

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