One Hundred Year Old Recycled Brass Fountain Pen

A solid brass fountain pen made from one hundred year old brass, salvaged from the old Ipswich Railways Workshop. Fitted with a refillable ink cartridge. Ink available here.

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the brand story:

Between 1864 and 1995, the Ipswich Railway Workshops were used to build and assemble locomotives. Blackstone Australia uses brass found at the workshops to create unique fountain pens, produced in small batches of ten. Each new batch of brass used will vary in appearance dramatically, and each pen will be slightly different as the brass is left in its natural state with no protective coatings.

you are making a difference:

  • A high-quality (and history-filled) alternative to disposable plastic pens. 
  • Handmade in Blackstone, Australia. 
  • Made entirely from brass and steel. 


  • Made from one hundred year old solid brass left in its natural state; the patina of the brass will change based on how often the pen is used. 
  • Pen is shipped with a protective oil coating.
  • Maintain the appearance of the pen by regularly polishing it with a high quality mineral oil.
  • Easy to change with screw in nib assembly. 
  • Purchase of pen does not include ink cartridges. Accepts international ink cartridges and converters. Fitted with a refillable cartridge - ink available here.

dimensions / materials:

One hundred year old brass, with stainless steel nib. Barrel is 1.2 (D) with 1.1mm wall thickness. Cap is 1.4 (D) with 1.1mm wall thickness. 

Hand grip length is 2.9cm with a diameter of 8mm. Length of the pen is 13cm, weighing 69g. 

Made in Australia. 

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