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We are a group of calligraphy enthusiast just like you! We partnered with artisans and glass art studios worldwide to come up with the best glass pen designs. Handmade glass pen can be used as a calligraphy pen for beginners. Our glass dipping pens are beautifully balanced and have a comfortable grip for both left-handed and right-handed person. Each of the dip pen is uniquely designed and handcrafted by individual artist. Our mission is to bring together the world’s top glass dip pen designers and offer the best glass dip pen to our customers! 

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About Glass Pens

Glass Pen, is also called glass dip pen. It is a traditional design in glass art industry. Glass dip pens are hand blown and designed with a glass twisted tip that holds ink when dipped into an ink bottle. All of our glass dip pens are handcrafted by the master artisans. Each pen includes a unique design. When dipped, glass dip pens can write multiple sentences and even an entire page on a single dip of ink. Glass calligraphy pens are excellent tools for writers and artists. They offer more ink distribution, and they are the perfect weight, allowing for a smoother, more comfortable writing experience. They are fun to use and perfect for testing different pen inks. The glass ink pen is a work of art and a writing piece that any serious writer will want in their collection.

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How to Use a Glass Pen?

1. Dip the nib of the pen in your ink. Look closely at the tip of the pen. You’ll notice small yet deep grooves (or veins) in the tip. These tips play a similar role to that of a nib in a pointed pen. These capillaries hold the ink as you write.

2. Allow any excess ink to drip into the below. Dip it only about halfway through the tip of the pen. After you dip the pen, rub it gently along the rib of your ink well to remove any excess ink. If you have excess ink on your pen, it’ll leave blobs as you write.

3. Write! Using a light amount of pressure (as compared to the steel nib pens), make a few practice strokes on the paper. Vary the pressure to see what works best for you, but don’t over-stress it. This will lead to not only a broken pen, but a broken heart as well. You'd better write at an angle, not vertically.

4. If you're changing colors, just dip the nib in water or gently rinse off the ink under a faucet. Pat dry with a paper towel before dipping into a new ink.

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Glass Dip Pen Gift Sets

Unique gift for calligraphy and sketching enthusiasts

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