Category Archives: Nib photos
Hard nib to come by, and deserved a nice ball retip too! Notice after I have retipped the nib and hand shaped it that the proportions look factory along with the shape/style.
You all know how hard it is to find the unmarked Parker 51 nibs which denote that they are first year production? Well worth retipping and this one pictured below came into the shop from a well known pen dealer, … Continue reading
And you thought I was just slacking off during the holidays? No way! Check out this Onoto #7 Tail Crack Repair. It takes a delicate touch and steady hand to fix this nib, plus hand finishing.
Check out this transformation! What a difficult repair, huge long cracks and horrible tipping too! Delicate “sewing up” of the cracks and a nice, factory style nib retip! The owner I am sure will be happy!
Serious Nibbage here! Custom 1.50mm juicy stub hand made by me for a client who sent their Parker 51 Areometic.
Check out how small that little nib is! Very delicate repairs I just completed! By doing had finishing and matching the surface gold color carefully which that of the color of the nib makes for a really good repair. Also … Continue reading
We love our nibs, and when they are “loved” a lot, even with hard iridium on their tips, and perhaps being a vintage nib, they do wear over many decades of use! Recently I received this lovely vintage Soennecken nib … Continue reading
Custom Work, Serious Nibbage! 1.80mm Juicy Insane Wet Stub on a Parker 51!
Enjoy the photos of this custom ball retip for a customers pen!