Pelikan M600 Tortoiseshell White Special Edition, M620 18K Fine, inked with Diamine Wagner

Pelikan M600 Tortoiseshell White Special Edition, M620 18K Fine, inked with Diamine Wagner

Now and again I manage to match pen colour and ink colour. This is one of those occasions where by chance I get a match. The honey coloured tortoiseshell of this pen is lovely, and is complemented by the white of section and cap and the gold of the trim.  

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The nib in use today is one of my three M620 fine nibs (18K gold, two tone). Like almost all of my older Pelikan nibs this writes with a finer line and generally performs perfectly.

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As I said at the start of this post, this colour of ink is a pretty good match for the pen colour. But what is this colour? It’s a sort of mustard gold colour. Don’t get me wrong, I like this colour as it does shade slightly, and is quite different from most of my inks. 

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Pelikan M620 Chicago, M625 18K Medium, inked with Noodler's Q'Ternity

Pelikan M620 Chicago, M625 18K Medium, inked with Noodler's Q'Ternity

Pelikan M805 Vibrant Blue Special Edition, M805 18K Medium, inked with Diamine Chopin

Pelikan M805 Vibrant Blue Special Edition, M805 18K Medium, inked with Diamine Chopin