Edison Nouveau Premiere Autumn Embers Fall 2016 SE Fountain Pen

A passion for writing ignites the mind and fuels the fire of self expression. The right tools can further help fan your imagination’s flame. We’re excited to introduce the 12th seasonal collaborative creation from the Edison Pen Co. and the Goulet Pen Company, the Fall 2016 edition of the Edison Nouveau Premiere, Autumn Embers. Like swirling licks of orange and yellow dancing within a bonfire on a cool, dark autumn night, the breathtaking orange and yellow accents play against the midnight blue-grey body. This is a Goulet exclusive and offered for a limited time only!

Edison Writing Samples

These pens will be available in EF, F, M, B, 1.1mm, and 1.5mm nib sizes. The Edison nibs are made by Jowo, the same company who makes our Goulet replacement nibs. The Edison nibs are smooth writing with a touch of feedback. Additionally, there are Edison replacement nibs available to purchase separately on GouletPens.com for $20-$25, depending on finish. Gold replacement nibs are also available for $150.

Want a great ink to match the burning inspiration of this pen? Check out our suggestions below.


The Edison Nouveau Premiere Autumn Embers is available at GouletPens.com for $149. You can find more details and more technical specs on the product page.

Do you own any of our past seasonal Edison Nouveau Premiere fountain pens?

Write on,
The Goulet Pen Company Team

2017-10-11T14:05:11+00:00 September 20th, 2016|Pen Reviews|24 Comments
  • prairiegl

    I don’t have any of the past seasonal Edison Nouveaus, but —- what a gorgeous pen that is!

    • prairiegl

      Interesting — I just went to the page where the pen is shown and it appears to be more black/gray than shown here. Does it have darker blue in it or is it more gray/black?

      • Liz

        Yes, same question – I’m drooling over the pictures on this page (the base of the pen is dark blue with a purplish cast) and may well have to shell out lots of money for this thing – but on the product page, the color is much more gray / muted, and not nearly so enticing – so which is the true(r) image? (From the description herein, “midnight blue-grey body”, I fear the product page is more accurate.)

        • Lydia At Goulet Pens

          Hi, Liz. It most definitely depends on the lighting what color the pen looks. The images on the product page are taken with white light, whereas the staged image are taken with natural light so that would account for the color variation. The inks we chose to match this pen really represents the colors your can possibly see in the pen body.

          • Liz

            Dang, to fly to Virginia or not to fly to Virginia, that is the question… 🙂 Thanks, Lydia. I’ll ponder, and watch for additional pics from purchasers.

      • Interesting – They look pretty similar to me, in both the store shots and here. Maybe the first arrivals can snap some photos in IRL so you guys can see them. If I remember, I’ll do so when I get mine (already ordered).

      • Lydia At Goulet Pens

        Hi, prairiegl. It depends on the lighting which color the pen looks. Personally, I would say it is like a blue-grey.

  • Tinkered Art

    I have the last 2 that were issued. I love everything about them comfortable in hand for long or short periods of writing, perfect grip size for me, very smooth writer with just the right amount of feedback. Haven’t found a paper it doesn’t perform well on. Been filling up my wish list while waiting for the Fall edition to be announced.

    • Lydia At Goulet Pens

      Hope you’ve got some exciting things on your wishlist in addition to this pen! 🙂

      • Tinkered Art

        I did – they’ve moved from wish list to order form – hopefully out the door and on the way soon!

        • Lydia At Goulet Pens

          So exciting! I’m sure our fulfillment team will have them to you just as fast as their hands can move to pack them up. 🙂

  • Sonya perry

    yes. i do own a few; i started with the winter 2015 and have not missed one yet. i love them all. my husband is making me a stand to imitate a crayola box.

    • Lydia At Goulet Pens

      That sounds like an awesome stand!

  • liz domino

    I would love to see a post that featured photos of all the Edison/Goulet special editions, especially since there are 12 now. I think it would be awesome.

    • Lydia At Goulet Pens

      I’ll definitely suggest that, Liz!

  • jane pilecki

    I am ordering this pen (gorgeous!) to join my collection. I have ALL of the Seasonal Edison Nouveau Premiere fountain pens!!! It’s a great pen, and they are all beautiful. I think the pink one (Spring 2014) is my favorite, though. And I almost always use it with Diamine Deep Magenta, one of my favorite inks. Rachel has done a phenomenal job picking the materials. This new edition is definitely another beautiful pick. Thanks for keeping up this great idea of the Seasonal edition! I love it. By the way, the style of the pen is fabulous. It’s comfortable, and I LOVE the pointy ends!!! Keep them coming!

  • Ooh, this one is gorgeous. I’ve been kicking myself for missing out on Mystical Myrrh, but this one is just gorgeous! I love the blue grey color with the brighter orange and yellow details. As always, great work, Goulet!

  • Scott Rogers

    Strongly tempted. It looks conservative and bold at the same time – exactly what I look for in a pen. My only hesitation is that I have Fall 2015’s Midnight Thunder (or as I refer to it, Mutara Nebula), and it looks awfully similar. Does the Goulet team have any thoughts about how last autumn’s edition compares to this autumn’s?

    I have Summer 2014 Caribbean Sea and Fall 2015 Midnight Thunder (Mutara Nebula). I had Winter 2016 Mystical Myrrh for about a week before I lost it overboard on a sailboat in the Caribbean. These really are nearly perfect pens. Large but light, with terrific ergonomics, especially in the section, which fits my fingers like no other pen design I’ve held. Converted to an eyedropper, they seem to hold something approaching an infinite quantity of ink.

    • Lydia At Goulet Pens

      Hi, Scott. I have looked at the two side by side and I feel like the Midnight Thunder is more of a navy blue with red and white swirls, whereas the Autumn Embers is more of a midnight blue-grey with orange and yellow swirls.

  • riemann

    i favor the flat tops more =)

  • Uniotter

    I also favor flat tops, but the colors on the Edison’s are gorgeous, and this one is no exception. 🙂

  • David

    Half of the potential buyers of this pen are not going to buy it because the chrome tone nib and furniture don’t got along well the color of the acrylic. I’m one of them.

    Why can’t you offer the pen in both a chrome and gold tone version? If you did, your sales volume would roughly double.

  • I S

    I have the ‘unicorn barf’ pen (Water Lily, I think?), and this one is DEFINITELY a must-buy. It’s gorgeous – dark and autumn-y and just perfect for the season and for my tastes. I just have to find some spare cash for it 😀

  • Jeff G

    I just placed my order for this stunning pen, and it appears to be on it’s way. Very excited to see it in person.

    I was wondering if there is a suggestion box for future seasonal pens. I’d love to see something for winter that’s dark and stormy. Something that makes you feel the cold season just by looking at the pen.