Luxury and Designer Pens by Brand
Here at The Pen Company we stock a large, varied selection of luxury and designer pens. Brands we stock include: Tombow, Visconti, Pelikan, Sailor, Lamy, Faber-Castell, Graf von Faber-Castell, Diplomat, and Delta. Whether you are wanting a new, beautiful writing tool for your collection, a luxury pen for use in the office and meetings, or a designer pen for home and away – we will stock the right pen for you. Most of our luxury and designer pens can be engraved if you require – for special occasions or for a loved one - and we also stock a collection of limited edition pens which would make a marvellous gift, or a wonderful treat for oneself. Take a look through our luxury pen range and prepare to be wowed!Filter
Bentley is a name synonymous with performance and quality, from sporting victory to the last word in luxury.
The Bentley pen collection captures the heritage and prowess of the Bentley brand. All Bentley writing instruments are produced in limited editions, their aesthetics designed to capture the very essence of Bentley design.
The great traditions of precision and quality of Swiss manufacturing are inherent in all of the Caran d'Ache fine writing instruments and accessories ranges. From the unmistakable shape of the Ecridor ranges with their precision engraved finishes, through to the utterly amazing HORLOGERIE 1010, via the Leman, Varius and Hexagonal ranges, Caran d'Ache have created a refined product range, renown throughout the world for its reliability and quality.
To maintain full control of all aspects of its business, Delta is one of those rare companies that manufacture all elements of their products themselves. The result is a range of writing instruments and accessories which have the look and feel of inherent quality.
The Dolcevita collection with its trademark orange and black livery and solid feel, remains as popular as ever, while the large and expanding selection of limited edition pens continues to appeal to connoisseurs worldwide.
Markiaro leather accessories, again in the trademark orange and black, boast many subtle design details and refinements which set them apart from the crowd. Artisan-made, the layering and detailed stitch work result in products which are a joy to own. Italy is renown for the quality of its leather goods. Markiaro is among the best of the best.
Diplomat have been making pens in Germany since 1922. From the everyday Traveller range to the rather special Excellence A, all Diplomat pens reflect the design, manufacturing skills and attention to detail that you would expect from a German-made product. Un-fussy and well-balanced, these precision made German writing instruments are a joy to own and use.
Faber-Castell started making graphite pencils in 1761 and have been in continuous production ever since, making them the oldest pencil manufacturer in the world. The Faber-Castell 'Design' range is a range of high quality writing instruments which exhibit all of the qualities of careful design and precision manufacture that you would expect from a long-established German manufacturer. The 'chunky' and ergodynamically designed e-Motion and the slim, elegant Ambition ranges, form the core of their offering in mid-priced quality writing instruments and both ranges are available with a stained pearwood barrel and a resin barrel. In addition, the resin barrel e-Motion can be supplied in brown, ivory, or black, with either a crocodile, or parquet laser engraved design.
A collaboration between two world-renown companies, Scuderia Ferrari and Sheaffer has resulted in this collection of writing instruments which reflect the values and traditions of both. Instantly recognisable in the Ferrari Rosso Corsa, these pens each feature both the Scuderia Ferrari prancing horse shield and the 'White Dot' symbol of excellence that you would expect to find on all Sheaffer pens.
It was Paul Fisher who first realised when man started to explore outer space, that there was no existing writing instrument that would function successfully (and safely) in zero gravity. He set about finding a solution and after much experimentation and development of his ideas, followed by extensive testing by NASA, the Fisher Space Pen was finally selected for use by NASA astronauts in 1967.
Since that time, millions of ordinary folk around the world have been able to benefit from this space-travel inspired technology. The pressurised solid ink technology results in a pen that doesn't leak and which writes reliably even on difficult surfaces. The Fisher Space Pen, has subsequently been adopted by the Russian space mission (they don't use pencil, as the conductive graphite is hazardous in the confines of a space vehicle). Back on Earth, Fisher Space Pens are really good for doing crosswords in bed, because they write upside-down!
The company first started making the wood-cased pencil in 1761, but it is the current head of the company, Count Anton Wolfgang von Faber-Castell who has been instrumental in developing the successful luxury brand of Graf von Faber-Castell.
The Perfect Pencil, Classic and Guilloche ranges all share the same classic styling, with its timeless elegance. The Slim and Pocket ranges, exquisitely made, with their fine Palladium finish, combine elegance and sophisticated design with everyday practicality. The Intuition and Intuition Platino are the latest additions to the Graf range with their clever combination of carefully polished precious resin and platinum trim.
A traditionally trained goldsmith, Jack Row has adopted the latest design and manufacturing technology to extend the possibilities of pen design. Each piece is individually crafted from gold and silver and hand finished in Jack's workshop, situated in the jewellery quarter of Birmingham in the heart of England. Careful hand working by this master craftsman gives each piece an individuality not found in factory-made pens, not even very expensive ones!
This old established German brand includes beautifully engineered high quality pens and mechanical pencils. Both slim and elegant, and short and chunky, the Kaweco range provides interesting solutions to those looking for an interesting high quality pen or pencil that is just a bit out of the ordinary.
The family business of Lamy was started by C Joseph Lamy in Heidelberg in in 1930 and is still operating as an independent family firm in Heidelberg today. The Lamy design ethos can be seen in all of their ranges, from the abc children's pencil through to the dialog3, the world's only retractable fountain pen with a retractable clip.
Lamy has won more international design awards than any other writing instrument maker. Innovative design is matched by high production values, resulting in products which are a joy to own and use, year after year.
The Markiaro brand, produced by Delta, includes fine leather goods and quality pens.
Taking it's name from the village of Markiaro, Delta's range of luxury leather goods is manufactured in Italy from the finest quality European leathers. The skills of their artisan craftsmen and the flair of Italian designers are combined to produce these beautiful objects. Precise and subtle detailing ensure that each piece shows a level of skill and refinement not generally seen elsewhere.
With their range of Markiaro pens, Delta have maintained the quality of design and manufacture for which they are renown, to offer an all-Italian made quality writing instrument, at an exceptional price.
Montegrappa first started manufacturing gold nibs and fountain pens under the ELMO brand in 1912 and continue to produce the quality Montegrappa brand from the same historic building in Bessano del Grappa, in the north-east of Italy.
Fine italian design, supreme craftsmanship and quality materials are combined to produce some of the best writing instruments available world-wide. Gold nibs and traditional ebonite feeders together with caps and barrels finished to perfection, often using that most iconic of pen-making materials, celluloid result in pens that are sought after and coveted and which are often to be found in the possession of Royalty, heads of state and celebrities of sport, stage and screen.
The Pelikan company originated in Hanover, Germany, in 1838. This was when chemist Carl Hornimann started to produce artists' colours. The company was sold on and in 1879, the 'Pelikan' trade mark was registered. The company's product range continued to develop to include ink, glue and watercolours and in 1929 the first Pelikan fountain pen was produced.
In the following years, the company developed an international reputation for producing fine writing instruments of exceptional quality. The heart of any fountain pen is the nib and Pelikan pride themselves in the quality of their nibs, Even today, each of their gold nibs is run-in by hand.
The PenAgain has been specifically designed for people who find using a 'standard' pen difficult or uncomfortable. The unique shape enables arthritis sufferers to hold the pen securely with the minimum gripping force. Children with fine motor control difficulties also find that the shape of the PenAgain encourages correct grip and improves control of the pen. PenAgain is also good for those who write for extend periods, as the relaxed grip means that they can write for longer, without aches or fatigue.
Fine writing is the foundation on which Pilot was built. Established in 1918, the Pilot Corporation of Japan has extended its mission of providing the most pleasurable writing experience possible to the UK and has been successful in bringing us many exciting and innovative products.
Pilot's focus on uncompromising quality and technological innovation continues to build upon decades of experience and creativity to offer superior style, quality and writing experience.
Designed by the Porsche design team and manufactured in Germany, the Porsche range of writing instruments clearly reflect their automotive heritage and the Porsche design tradition.
Developed over thirty years, the automotive influence in the designs is evident. From the TecFlex braid used by their racing team and featured in the P'3110, to the carbon fibre barrel available in the P'3140, this inspiration has resulted in a range of designs which combine functionality and purity of style. Precision engineering carefully put together, the Porsche Design range of writing instruments are designed for the highest writing comfort with an impressive look and feel.
Two established Italian luxury brands have combined to produce this elegant range of luxury writing instruments.
Riva is the epitome of luxury boating. The company was started as a one-man business in Sarnico northern Italy, in 1842, when Pietro Riva began to repair storm damaged boats. It continued in the family and in the 1950s Carlo Riva started to produce the pleasure boats for which it is now famed world-wide.
Tibaldi produced Italy's first fountain pen in 1916 and is now known for producing some of the world's best and most exclusive writing instruments. It's collaboration with Riva has resulted in this exclusive range of limited edition writing instrumens, which cleverly reflect the materials and design used in the manufacture of Riva's iconic craft.
The Sailor Pen Company has been making fountain pens in Hiroshima, Japan since 1911. The company was started by Mr Kyugoro Sakata after he was shown a fountain pen by a British sailor. He was so taken with the pen that he determined to make his own. He named the company 'Sailor' in honour of that chance meeting.
Today, as well as their 'every day' ranges, Sailor make some of the world's most exclusive pens, made from fine materials and decorated using traditional Japanese techniques, including MAKI-E lacquer.
The heart of any fountain pen is the nib and the range of Sailor nibs is unparalleled by any other manufacturer. The gold nibs are 21 carat and include the famous 'Naginata Togi' and the amazing 'King Eagle' triple layered nib, hand made by Mr Nobuyoshi Nagahara, which is generally considered by those than know, to be the epitome of writing perfection.
Schneider manufacture a wide range of high quality pens and markers, as well as a large selection of high quality German-made 'standard' size refills which will fit the majority of other brands of pen. Schneider have lead the way in their commitment to developing environmentally friendly materials and their use of renewable energy.
A jeweller by training, Walter A Sheaffer began experimenting in making pens in Fort Madison, Iowa USA in 1907. By 1908 he had his first patent and in 1912 he started production of his patent lever action pen in his own factory, with a workforce of seven. Production grew rapidly with the 50 millionth pen coming off the production line in 1951.
Sheaffer continue to make quality fountain pens, easily identified by the iconic white dot. These include the instantly recognisable Valour, with it's unmistakable inlaid nib.
World-renown as a manufacturer of luxury travel goods, S T Dupont turned their attention to the manufacture of lighters in 1941, when wartime austerity made both materials and customers scarce. In 1973, they diversified again, this time turning their attention to the creation of a luxury ballpoint pen, the Classique. Their pen collection has continued to expand and now includes fountain pens and rollerballs, as well as the ballpoint. The pen company stock the Défi, Liberté and Classique ranges and all other S T Dupont pen ranges can be rapidly supplied to order.
Steadtler is an old-established German manufacturing company employing the latest developments in technology to produce industry-leading writing equipment. Aware of the need to look after the environment, Staedtler are careful in the way they both source and use materials to produce these technologically innovative products.
Tombow pens have been precision made in Japan since 1913. Careful, innovative design and precision manufacture are the hallmarks of Tombow products. As well as standard size pens, Tombow produce some of the slimmest and lightest pens available. The 101 Carbon Fibre range is extremely light weight and includes the 101 Fountain pen - the lightest full-size fountain pen in the world. It looks good too.
Established in 1988 and based in a fifteenth century Florentine villa, Visconti was set up by two pen enthusiasts with the objective of re-creating the style and feel of vintage pens and in particular re-visiting the forgotten art of creating pens using celluloid. Since then, Visconti has been in a constant quest to develop ever more sophisticated systems and designs utilising both traditional craft skills and some of the most advanced manufacturing technology available in the pen world.
The result is an exclusive collection of beautiful and technically advanced pens, sought after by connoisseurs world wide.
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