Edison Nouveau Premiere Autumn Harvest Fall 2014 SE Fountain Pen

Here it is, the new seasonal Edison Nouveau Premiere in Autumn Harvest, for our Fall 2014 pen. This pen is very reminiscent of the Flecked Tortoise material we used for our 2012 Edison Nouveau Encore (now discontinued), one of our favorite materials we ever used. Autumn Harvest is slightly darker, with more of an orange tinge to it, the perfect match for the Fall season. 

So what is the Seasonal Premiere all about? Check out our other video here that explains what it is and why we do it. Long story short, we have collaborated with Edison Pens to make Autumn Harvest for the next three months, and after that they will be discontinued for good. This is the fourth pen we’ve done like this so far, check out our Winter 2014 Black Ice, our Spring 2014 Cherry Blossom and Summer 2014 Caribbean Sea. These pens are now discontinued and no longer in production. Normally we try to stock up a little bit to have some overlap of the previous season’s pen, but we completely depleted all of Edison’s material for this pen! 

There are several ink colors that we think would be a great match for this material:

The Premiere is available with a two-tone stainless steel nib in extra-fine, fine, medium, broad, 1.1mm, and 1.5mm stub nibs. The nibs are smooth with a touch of feedback, much to the liking of many Edison fans! The Premiere is a standard international cartridge/converter pen (converter included) that is also convertible to an eyedropper (see how here). We offer it exclusively at GouletPens.com for $149, starting today!

Write On,
Brian and Rachel Goulet

2017-10-12T15:30:55+00:00 September 3rd, 2014|Pen Reviews|32 Comments
  • John Metta

    OMG, that is beautiful. I've a late September birthday, so autumn has always been my favorite season. This would make a beautiful companion to my Midori TN. (Now to convince my wife to let me buy another pen… not likely πŸ™‚

  • Well done!!

  • Rob

    This is my favorite SE so far. I like the slightly more conservative route. The material really speaks for itself with this model. I can't wait to see the winter pen!!

  • thebitterfig

    I'd be interested in seeing the pen next to the Amber Tortoise Herald and Aztec Gold Flake Pearlette, since all three have somewhat golden/amber patterns to their acrylic.

  • Scott Rogers

    Whew! I'm breathing a sigh of relief. While this is a beautiful pen, and a great choice for the season, the color is just not for me. Which means I can afford to buy another pen I've had my eye on for a while but have held off in case the next Edison/Goulet seasonal was as much of a must-have as was Caribbean Sea. Still, a great looking pen, and this series is a terrific value. I'm already anxiously awaiting the Winter 2015 edition!

  • Peter

    …OK – STOP!!
    Order placed, waiting for delivery. I hope I get a bigger 'Tootsie Pop' this time. I just started appreciating fountain pens and it's killing me.

  • mathsnail

    Please! I am considering getting the Aztec Gold Flake Pearlette, mostly for the material, so a comparison would rule.

  • Christopher Kijowski

    Can the cap be posted?

  • JC

    Damn you Goulet! I just worked myself up to buy the Edison Cappuccino (not even arrived) and now this. What a beautiful pen – a must have.

  • thebitterfig

    I strongly suspect not really. If it's the same cut as the other Nouveau Premiere, the cap can slightly be placed on the end, but it's incredibly precarious and I can't really write with it "posted" and not be continually knocking the cap off.

  • Absolutely! I write with a Premiere regularly and it can be posted for sure, though I personally prefer it unposted as it's a bit long for my hand.

  • Wow this is the best one yet! Absolutely gorgeous!

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  • Marta

    Very nice. It reminds me of the way the sun makes the fall foliage shimmer with golden light. Beautiful.

  • Nop BKK

    Immediately ordered one last night, whilst another pen is actually in the post from GPC. Brian, just a thought, for the next Premiere why don't you use the Goulet nib, or at least have a Goulet as an option? Keep up the good work!

  • Stacy Thompson

    I want this pen sooo badly. I wish I wasn't dirt poor right now. Fall is my favourite season and I LOVE this colour pattern. I'm thinking Diamine Pumpkin would look lovely in this.

  • Christoph

    I really hope that you don't stop here and keep your LE-series alive!

  • Jerry Hackett

    That sure is a beautiful pen! Love the golden flakes with the gold hardware.

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