The Visconti Rembrandt calligraphy set is like getting three fountain pens in one. The Rembrandt is made from variegated resin and each pen is made unique through subtle marbling of color, a replication of Rembrandt’s painting technique ‘Chiaroscuro’. It’s available in a choice of four colors: black, blue, ivory and red. Each set includes 3 German-made palladium plated nib sections: an extra-fine, highly elastic nib for English Script, a firm, squared 1.5 mm stub nib for Italic or Gothic Script, and a medium-fine nib for contemporary writing. Also included is a bottle of Visconti black ink, 2 magnetic pen holders to keep your nibs wet in-between writing, the Visconti calligraphy booklet, Visconti blotting paper, and 3 converters. Retail on the Visconti Rembrandt calligraphy set is only $295.
This set certainly has me intrigued. I would really like to check out that extra-fine, highly elastic nib. Does anyone have any experience with this set?