We are happy to let you know that a new 1670 ink from J.Herbin will be launched in september, after the red one, let’s travel across the sea !
Archive pour la catégorie ‘’
Published on Sunday, July 1st, 2012 dans la catégorie , J.Herbin inks
Published on Wednesday, May 16th, 2012 dans la catégorie Non classé
You are not dreaming…. the job of Franck Durand is to paint the edges of cards and letter paper with the color that you want.
Published on Tuesday, May 1st, 2012 dans la catégorie Non classé
Discover Rossi 1931 history and products
If you’re not yet familiar with the world of « feather-pen » (fountain pen) writing, you must be wondering, « what is a stub nib? »
Published on Sunday, January 29th, 2012 dans la catégorie Non classé
Thank you for your support on 2011 and let’s enjoy 2012
The Paperandco adventure is ongoing! Thanks to you, this little website dedicated to those passionate about writing, is still alive and kicking. Our actions, throughout each year, are dedicated to help others discover handmade products and such, thereby sharing the pleasure of paper, ink and writing instruments.
Should you have anyone in your entourage who happens to be a craftsman, with regard to these sorts of products, please don’t hesitate to let us know and we’ll be more than happy to help in making his renown: we can do so on our website.
Published on Sunday, October 30th, 2011 dans la catégorie Non classé
I have been practising the craft of Stamper/Engraver for close to 30 years. This craft is no longer taught and today I am the last Pendulum Press Stamper/Pendulum Stamping Press operator (hand-press) who is still active. The technique of manual stamping consists of engraving or causing the engraving of one or several blocks of steel [...]
For a start, who was this French Knight, Bayard?The representation of the brand name, he commonly appears in advertisements, armour-clad, carrying his shield in his left hand and a pen by way of a sword in his right hand.
Published on Wednesday, October 12th, 2011 dans la catégorie Non classé
Slowly but surely… Visconti is now a worlwide famous pen manufacturer..It’s not just a question of pens ….a real team of pen lovers works in Italy.
We would like to thank you Mr Del Vecchio for its kindness and his honnest answers !
Here is his interview this one has been published one year ago and a brand new one will be online in a few weeks, so if you have any question, just let us know
Published on Friday, September 23rd, 2011 dans la catégorie Non classé
Excellent quality, very good price/quality , they are great for my vintage pens as well as for my modern pens…they are…Rohrer&Klingner inks made in Germany ( since 1892 )..so here is the Rohrer&Klingner interview
Published on Saturday, September 17th, 2011 dans la catégorie Non classé
Launching new handmade pens in 2011? Yes it possible with this new small french manufacturer: Fred Faggionato
All our team enjoy his pens but we have asked to Jean Buscher, a famous french collector to test them, and here are the results