Regal began manufacturing writing instruments in 1979 to address a niche missing in the pen industry at that time. Beautiful pens at affordable prices for mass consumption. Their product line has grown over the years and we hope to increase our offerings as the opportunities arise.
Regal's British Museum Collection combines design elements seen in the Museum but goes one further with a pearl adorning the top. The simple svelte body is crafted from resin over copper. Beautifully balanced and a joy to hold. But don't overlook the primary feature; extreme value! Priced at just $45 for the German tipped fountain pen you should consider buying both colors as surely a friend will beg you to borrow yours. And be sure to mention where you found this magnificent writer. We'll have one waiting.
The Elizabeth is a substantial instrument to wield. Not too heavy by any description but no lightweight for sure. The body is copper and the cap resin. Intricate detail surround the central ring and gives the pen its character. Finely carved detailing on the body entices one to twist the pen and admire the craftsmanship. Designed to post with a screw on cap this German nibbed fountain pen will accept typical international short cartridges or you can fill with your favorite bottled ink. Converter is not included.