Founded in 2003 by California fashion designer Shu-Jen Lin, Taccia is known for its unorthodox pen designs. And the Covenant line, available in fountain and ballpoint styles, is no different. The fountain pen is equipped with a threaded cap that extends nearly the entire length of the barrel, doubling as a protective sheath. At the bottom of the hand-turned resin barrel, another set of threads allows the 4.8-inch cap to be securely posted. But at more than half an ounce, the posted cap adds significant heft—not to mention nearly 2 inches of additional length—to an otherwise well-balanced pen.
Note: At checkout, you can choose a pen color from Jet Black, Midnight Breeze, and Parchment Swirl, and a nib size from Fine, Medium, and Broad. You’ll also have the option of adding a matching retractable ballpoint pen (+ $59).
The two-tone nib is stamped with the Taccia logo and features engravings along the edges. While not considered a flex nib, the pen’s partially gold-plated nibs offer a bit more line variation than other stainless steel nibs. The Covenant comes equipped with an ink converter, which is also compatible with international standard cartridges. Accenting the pen is chrome-plated trim (or, on the black model, gold-plated trim), with a thick band and pocket clip adorning the cap and three slim bands adorning the body.
The Covenant is also available as a retractable ballpoint pen. It features a smooth twist mechanism and uses a low-viscosity German Easy Flow Ink refill. It’s made of the same marbled, hand-turned resin as the fountain pen, though it’s considerably shorter than its nib-bearing counterpart.
All orders will be shipped by Drop.
Estimated ship date is Sep 16, 2015 PT.
After this product run ends, payment will be collected and orders will be submitted to the vendor up front, making all orders final. Check the discussion for updates on your order.