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Where to Buy Online in the UK

There are a lot of options in the UK for buying stationery including some pretty good brick & mortar stores, but the best ranges tend to be dominated by the online stores that also tend to be slightly cheaper. I seem to spend a lot of money on fountain pens, pencils and paper so here's my recommend...

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Fosfor Bangalore

I didn't think that I had an inner hipster, but recently I have been hunting for small artisan companies that hand make fountain pens and either ordering interesting pens from them or going the completely custom route. My interest in the bigger name brands such as Pelikan or OMAS has wained and ins...

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Kate W. has posted a great piece on her blog Pendora's Box about her first month blogging. This post was one of the major inspirations for me starting my blog up, it was excellent to read about her experiences and the high points (I would love a link and mention by Brad & Myke). I highly recommend looking at all the other posts on the website, I lost quite a bit of time reading the blog and am very glad I did.

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Franklin Christoph Model 20

Franklin Christoph was founded in 1901 producing ceramic products, it was not until 2001 when they changed direction to become a designer and manufacturer of fine writing instruments such as the one featured here today.

Whilst other pen companies have innovated with different materials and colou...

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