Fine Writing International

Bronze Age - Golden Armour

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  • Regular price $120.00
  • Qualified for free U.S. shipping.
  • 3 available

6/17 Update: We just received the pens. Will be shipping them out 6/18 morning.
6/16 Update: The pens are currently in Customs. We will be shipping them out as soon as we receive them.

Golden Armor is the sixth generation Bronze Age series by Fine Writing International.


The design is inspired by the adage "The pen is mightier than the sword" Richelieu by Edward Bulwer-Lytton. To echo the theme, FWI decides to decorate the pen with this special pattern which is commonly used by the ancient Chinese military officer on their armour. Unlike other Bronze Age, this pen is round and designed with two stoppers. FWI believes in user experience, and you can really feel that in their pens. The threads on the pen are hardly noticeable. The pen has a comfortable size and a balanced weight. The brass adds a little more weight to the pen, and overall the pen is really comfortable to hold and easy to write. The cap has a spring seal mechanism to prevent the nib from drying. Lots of details making this pen great to write with. And for those who writes a lot, this pen can also be used as an eyedropper.

  • Comes with a converter
  • Can also be used as an eyedropper
  • The pen comes with gold-plated nib. On checkout page, leave us a message if you would like to switch the nib to dark blue nib
  • Previous generation: Fifth generation Bronze Age
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About Fine Writing International:

Fine Writing International is a Taiwanese company that started in 2011. They take special request to custom make beautiful pens and they also produce their own series of pens. They are best known for their pens that can be used either with converter or as an eyedropper interchangeably. The body is made with a strong acrylic material that's designed to hold ink sealed and secure. In recent years, they have been coming out with many series and pens with interesting design.