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Kaweco have been designing pens in Germany since 1883 and the Kaweco Liliput is the smallest pen in their lineup. Originally introduced in 1910 it was re-released in 2011 and is available in a range of metallic finishes.
This Fireblue pen is constructed from tempered steel and features a spectacular finish. Each pen is hand-torched, giving it a unique pattern of enchanting colors ranging from light brown to purple to blue. Due to this color variation, the pen you receive will have its own unique look which may differ in color from the pens pictured.
The pen comes in a tin gift box with one blue ink cartridge. The cartridge can be found inside the barrel of the pen; if the cartridge seems to be stuck inside the barrel, try gently tapping the barrel against a hard surface a few times to dislodge it.
- Takes standard short international cartridges (Kaweco, Herbin etc.)
- Size 97mm closed, 126mm posted
- Made from tempered steel
- Kaweco logo on cap end
- Weight approx 24g with a cartridge
- Available with broad, medium or fine nibs
What we like about this product:
- One of the smallest fountain pens out there when closed
- Beautiful metallic finishes
- Distinctive design
Model KW/LILIFB Refill Standard short international cartriges Converter (not included) Kaweco mini or Kaweco Squeeze Dimensions capped 9.7 cm Dimensions uncapped 8.7 cm Dimensions posted 12.6 cm Weight 24 gms Pre-installed ink colour Blue Body material Steel
- Product Questions
Total 3 question(s)
Do they do a rollerball version of this range as I would love a rollerball in copper and fireblue.
Bureau replies: unfortunately there are no Rollerballs in Liliput range...
Does the lid screw on and off?
Bureau replies: cap comes off and can be attached to pen body to make it longer...
Do they not have an oblique nib? If not which pen ranges that you stock will have this choice?
Bureau replies: I'm afraid that Kaweco does not offer oblique nibs. The only pen which has oblique nib from our range is Lamy 2000.