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Wednesday, November 30, 2016

2016 Holiday Shipping Deadlines

The Christmas countdown is on! December 25th is quickly approaching, but don't worry, there's still time to order and receive your gifts from Goulet Pens.

We offer USPS and FedEx shipping options. Our team works tirelessly to get your orders packed up, with our usual slightly ridiculous amount of care, and shipped as soon as we possibly can. We're here Monday through Friday working to get packages shipped out of our warehouse within 1-2 business days after your order is placed.

Our office will be closed on Friday December 23rd for the long Christmas weekend and will open up again on Tuesday December 27th. Since we don't offer FedEx delivery on Saturdays and Christmas is on a Sunday this year, you'll want to pay close attention to our last order-by dates suggested below.

We cannot guarantee delivery times, so just to be safe, here are the order-by dates we recommend to get your packages to you in time for Christmas. The sooner the better!

Within the United States:

Wednesday December 14th: FedEx Ground. These orders will be shipped by the 16th. If you're in Alaska or Hawaii, you may want to try to get it in even sooner.

Thursday December 15th: USPS First-Class. We'll get these out the door by the 19th. This method is only available for lightweight parcels under $300.

Sunday December 18th: USPS Priority. We'll get these out the door by the 20th, to arrive to you between the 21st-24th depending on your location. If you're in Alaska or Hawaii, you may want to try to get it in even sooner.

Monday December 19th: FedEx 2-Day. We'll get these out the door by the 20th, to arrive to you on the 22nd. If you order by 10am EST on the 20th, we'll also ship these same day to arrive to you on the 22nd.

Tuesday December 20th: FedEx Standard Overnight. We'll get these out the door by the 21st, to arrive to you on the 22nd. If you order by 10am EST on the 21st, we'll also ship these same day to arrive to you on the 22nd.


International:

Thursday December 1st: USPS First-Class and USPS Priority International. We'll caution that these shipping methods may be a stretch depending on your location - we really can't guarantee on-time delivery with these methods, and tracking isn't very reliable. We really recommend the USPS Express or one of the FedEx options instead.

Sunday December 11th: FedEx International Economy. These orders will be shipped by the 12th and should arrive to you in time for Christmas, pending customs clearance.

Monday December 12th: 
FedEx International Priority and USPS Express International. 
These orders will be shipped by the 13th and should arrive to you in  time for Christmas, pending customs clearance.


Again, these are just our recommendations, and not a guarantee. The sooner you can place your order, the more likely it will arrive to you in time for Christmas.  For more information on FedEx guarantees during the holidays, you can check out their website.

Our team will do everything we can to get your gifts to your door in time. Let us know if there's anything we can do to help. Happy shopping!

Write on, 
The Goulet Pen Company Team

Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Shareable Wishlists at Goulet Pens!

For years you've been asking us for the ability to share your wishlist with your family and friends. We're thrilled to be able to announce that you can now do this on our site, just in time for the holidays! Here's how to do it.

1) Log in to your account at GouletPens.com (or create one, if you haven't yet!) and add some items to your wishlist. Just click the heart on any product page to add it to your list.


2) Go to your My Account page and go to your Wishlist. Enter in the email address(es) of the people you'd like to send your wish list to. You can enter multiple emails separated by commas if you'd like. Click the "Send Email" button!

3) That's it! Your recipient will receive an email with the items on your list that would look something like this. Each product name and picture links to the product page on our site.

Please note this isn't a registry - it won't mark things off your wishlist as purchased. It's just an easy way to share the exact items (down to the nib size or other specific options) with your friends and family.

We hope you found this helpful! Happy shopping. :)

Write on,
Rachel Goulet

The 12 New Diamine Shimmertastic Colors Are Here!


Since taking the ink world by storm with their first batch of Shimmertastic ink, Diamine has been hard at work developing new shimmering inks. Well, good news, ink fanatics! We've got 12 new inks in the Diamine Shimmertastic Collection. From firestorms to enchanted oceans, these new inks bring unique color & sheen combinations with them. Below are the new colors in the Shimmertastic collection from Diamine:

Diamine Lilac Satin Diamine Pink Glitz
Diamine Magenta Flash Diamine Moon Dust
Diamine Golden OasisDiamine Blue Flame
Diamine Cocoa Shimmer Diamine Inferno Orange
Diamine Tropical GlowDiamine Enchanted Ocean
Diamine Firestorm RedDiamine Caramel Sparkle
Each color is available in a 50ml bottle for $20. You can also pick up 2ml samples of each color for $1.75. Can't decide on a single color? Check out our ink sample package set featuring all 12 new colors for $19.95. Want to get the most out of these inks? Be sure to use a wet nib and high quality paper as that'll allow you to really see the shimmer!
With so many new colors to love, which one do you have your eye on?

Write on, 
The Goulet Pen Company Team

Monday, November 28, 2016

Edison Nouveau Premiere Arctic Currents Winter 2016/2017 Edition

Edison Nouveau Premiere - Arctic Currents
The winds of change are heavily at work with the design of the latest Edison Nouveau Premiere. Aptly named Arctic Currents, this pen is fashioned from rippled blue and black ebonite and features black accents. This is the 13th seasonal collaboration between the Edison Pen Co. and the Goulet Pen Company.
Edison Nouveau Premiere - Arctic Currents Nib
Unlike past editions, Arctic Currents harkens back to pens of bygone days with its ebonite body. Not often seen in modern hand-turned pens, ebonite is a slightly porous material made from hardened rubber that feels really great in the hand. The nib and clip on this pen are made of black coated steel. It is available in nib sizes EF, F, M, B, 1.1mm and 1.5mm. You can also upgrade to an 18kt rhodium-plated gold nib for an additional $125. Both steel and gold Edison replacement nibs are also available for sale at GouletPens.com.
Edison Nib Nook

You can find the Edison Nouveau Premiere: Arctic Currents at GouletPens.com for $175, which is a fantastic price for this ebonite pen. You can find more details and technical specs on the product page. This beautiful pen will only be produced through the winter, so grab one today before it's too late!
Edison Nouveau Premiere - Arctic Currents Material

Are you excited about an ebonite Edison Nouveau Premiere?

Write on,
The Goulet Pen Company Team

Noodler's Park Red with a Faber-Castell Loom in Metallic Silver: Monday Matchup #120

Hi, fountain pen friends! Whitney here, bringing you my matchup of a Faber-Castell Loom in Metallic Silver and Noodler's Park Red. I was really happy with this pen and ink. Read on to hear more about my experiences.

My inspiration stemmed from the fact that I know a huge Ayn Rand fan who just so happens to have a birthday today. I thought this quote was really good and a portrait would be fun to draw so I took that inspiration and ran with it. I tried to draw the portrait a few times with the pen but I ultimately decided to go with more of a painting technique with a brush pen filled with water. I wanted to see what the ink was capable of. I did the whole portrait in layers of water and the ink to get the appropriate shades and layers of color. I really enjoyed this technique and may use it again in the future. I saved the Loom for writing the quote.

I really enjoyed this ink. I don't typically gravitate towards reds, but this ink was chosen for me so I really had a chance to break out of my ordinary ink choices. Park Red is not too pink-y and I really liked that. The Loom was fine to write with. It probably wouldn't be my first choice because I'm not drawn to pens of this heavy metallic look, but it's not a bad looking pen. Also, the size and weight were a bit much for me but it was good to write with. I have smaller hands so I have a more limited selection when it comes to pens that fit my hands. This pen would be good for people with hands larger than mine, to write and doodle with. It is very versatile.
You can find the Faber-Castell Loom in Metallic Silver in EF, F, and M at GouletPens.com for $40. Noodler's Park Red is available in a 3oz. bottle for $12.50 or a 2ml ink sample for $1.25

Follow the directions below for a chance to win this pen and ink. We're excited to see what pen and ink you have matched!
How to enter Monday Matchup Giveaway:
  • Match a pen and ink together. They don't have to match in color, any fountain pen and ink works.
  • Take a picture of your pen and ink matchup. 
  • Find the entry details and instructions below on how to share your picture with us on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook or as a blog comment*. 
  • You can choose to enter only one way, or submit up to 4 different entries if you'd like. Feel free to use the same picture for all 4 entries.
  • Confirm your entry via the Rafflecopter widget below which will record your entries. This is how we'll draw a random winner. Since it's totally random, you're eligible to win each week! 
  • To see more of Rafflecopter's privacy policy, click here. Your email is never shared, and is only used to contact you should you win.
  • *Due to recent changes with the Disqus platform, you must register for a Disqus account in order to post a photo entry in the blog comments.  
a Rafflecopter giveaway The contest is open Monday, November 28, 2016 at 12pm EST until Tuesday, November 29, 2016 at 12pm EST. One winner will be randomly selected and announced tomorrow once the contest closes. The winner must live in a country that Goulet Pens currently ships to. Click here to see the Official Contest Rules.

Write On,
Whitney

Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Goulet Thank You Notes Get A New Look

 If you've ever ordered from the Goulet Pen Company, you know how passionate we are about our shipping process. Not only do we put a slightly ridiculous amount of care into making sure each fountain pen, ink, and notebook fits snugly into the box, but we also include a tootsie pop and a handwritten thank you note on your packing slip. From the way we pack, to these added little extras, we've given a lot of thought to the experience you have as our customers when receiving each lovingly packaged shipment.

This level of care and attention to detail has been crafted very intentionally since our “garage days”. In fact, Brian used to hand write and wax seal a separate letter in every package when we first started out! In order to accommodate our growth, he switched to handwriting a thank you message directly on each packing slip. Of course, Brian couldn’t sustain this task by himself as we grew, so he invited others on the team to help. Today, the handwritten notes continue on and are written by our Customer Care team. They spend a good portion of their day signing your packing slips as a way of living out our value Express Gratitude. It’s quite a commitment to keep this up. It’s about the equivalent of one full-time role just to do these thank you notes!

As we’ve continued to grow and approached the 2016 holiday season, our busiest time of year, it was important for us to evaluate the practicality and sustainability of our handwritten notes. It’s a personal touch that we want to continue as long as we feasibly can! We’ve come to realize that signing the packing slip itself is making it difficult to scale our shipping process while maintaining the high level of speed and accuracy our customers have come to expect.

Normally when we process your order after you place it on our site, we print out the packing slip, sign the thank you note, and then it’s ready to go to our Fulfillment Team to pull, pack, and ship your goodies. The big logistical challenge for us has been that we work Monday-Friday, though our site is open 24/7. That means early in the week, we’re playing catch-up -- not just on orders, but with email, voicemail, Live Chat, social media, etc. The handwritten notes as we do them now have become a bottleneck, consuming our Customer Care team’s time from responding to you from over the weekend, and holding up preparation for your orders to be fulfilled by our Fulfillment Team. It’s all been with the best of intentions, but it’s bogged things down for us for some time now.

With all this in mind, we came up with a solution that we believe will allow us to include the best of what these notes offer while still providing a quick turnaround time for fulfilling your orders. Effective immediately, instead of signing the packing slips as we print them, we'll be signing newly designed postcards that will be included with your order. Each card is designed with care by our talented Media Team and features prints of some of our past Monday Matchup art. They are printed on fountain pen friendly cardstock so you can see how nice the inks we use can look. We tested over 30 types of paper just to be able to find the right one!

There will be a host of other benefits to this change, as well. By physically separating our thank you notes from the packing slip itself, it will allow our Customer Care team to focus on responding to your emails, phone calls, and Live Chats even faster. They will be able to write these notes during slower times (like afternoons and towards the end of the week) so that when we’re in crunch-time, there won’t be a bottleneck in fulfilling your orders. And as a benefit for all our team, since these notes won’t be restricted to an order-in-process, other members of our team across the company can write thank you cards to be included with your order! This will be a huge morale booster for them to be able to participate in this expression of gratitude, and you’ll get introduced to other members of our team.

We know that any change to something we’ve been doing for seven years can feel like a big deal. We’ve given it a ton of thought and we truly believe that this is going to be beneficial to both our team and to you as our customers.


What do you think of our new thank you cards? Have any ideas for designs? Leave them in the comments below!

Write on, 
Brian & The Goulet Pen Company Team

Monday, November 21, 2016

Monteverde Scotch Brown with an Edison Collier Burnished Gold: Monday Matchup #119


Happy Monday, Fountain Pen Friends! Lydia here, bringing you, by far, my favorite Monday Matchup I've EVER done! Read on to hear about my experiences with the delightful Monteverde Scotch Brown ink and deliciously decadent Edison Collier Burnished Gold.

First, let me just start by saying that I fell madly in love with this pen the moment I touched it to paper. I've been ogling at this pen since the day we first promoted it and was excited to use it for my Monday Matchup. But I could never have imagined how awesome it was going to be. It writes quite smoothly and it feels great in my hand. This ink was a great pairing for it as well. The color coordinated nicely and it has a very nice flow, not too juicy but not too dry either. It's a very Goldilocks of an ink, it's just right. I am not usually a fan of brown inks but Scotch Brown is very nice and has a lovely range of colors. Because of the name, I decided I definitely wanted to play into the scotch/whiskey/bourbon theme. I really loved the imagery of this James Joyce quote and it gave me a very great visual to draw as well.

To begin, I grabbed a Tomoe River tablet and did a mock up of my decanter and drinking glass in pencil. Once I got it the way I envisioned it, I traced those shapes onto another sheet with the pen and ink very carefully. Then I took a brush pen and filled it with water and dipped the tip in the cap of the ink. I brushed it out on a paper towel until I got the right shade I was looking for, then filled in the decanter, glass, and pouring whiskey. Then, I took the pen and wrote the quote in freehand.  It was probably the easiest, fastest, and most satisfying Monday Matchup I've ever done. This pen makes everything feel like a fun adventure. This pen and ink would be great for any task, journaling, meeting or class notes, doodling and sketching, or even writing out the average grocery list. I can't praise this matchup enough. I think everyone needs an Edison pen in their life.

You can find the Edison Collier Burnished Gold at GouletPens.com for $149. Monteverde Scotch Brown is available in a 2ml ink sample for $1.25 or a 90ml bottle for $15. 

Follow the directions below for a chance to win this pen and ink. We're excited to see what pen and ink you have matched!
How to enter Monday Matchup Giveaway:
  • Match a pen and ink together. They don't have to match in color, any fountain pen and ink works.
  • Take a picture of your pen and ink matchup. 
  • Find the entry details and instructions below on how to share your picture with us on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook or as a blog comment*. 
  • You can choose to enter only one way, or submit up to 4 different entries if you'd like. Feel free to use the same picture for all 4 entries.
  • Confirm your entry via the Rafflecopter widget below which will record your entries. This is how we'll draw a random winner. Since it's totally random, you're eligible to win each week! 
  • To see more of Rafflecopter's privacy policy, click here. Your email is never shared, and is only used to contact you should you win.
  • *Due to recent changes with the Disqus platform, you must register for a Disqus account in order to post a photo entry in the blog comments.  
a Rafflecopter giveaway The contest is open Monday, November 21, 2016 at 12pm EST until Tuesday, November 22, 2016 at 12pm EST. One winner will be randomly selected and announced tomorrow once the contest closes. The winner must live in a country that Goulet Pens currently ships to. Click here to see the Official Contest Rules.

Write On,
Lydia

Friday, November 18, 2016

Top 10 Q&A Slices of 2016

Happy Friday fountain pen friends!

There isn't a new episode of Goulet Q&A this week, but we didn't want to leave our fountain pen faithful without some FP knowledge! In lieu of the normal Q&A, we decided to serve you up several of the top viewed Q&A slices from 2016.

You all asked some great questions this week, so we'll be saving them for a future episode. Enjoy, and we'll be back to our regular episode of Q&A soon.

1. What are your "Must-Have" inks?

For someone newer into fountain pens, what are the most necessary inks that "everyone should have" or very popular? I personally am a fan of Diamine Marine and have been wanting to get an ink sample of X-Feather for school but you are currently out of stock of it. Thanks and keep up the great job!

    2. What fountain pens would be most ergonomic for a lot of writing?

    Which fountain pens are the most vs least ergonomic for people who spend a lot of time drawing and writing?

    3. What are some underrated inks?

    We always hear about the most popular and favorite inks, but what are some of the "not well known" or "understated" inks in your opinion?
    Also, what are the top five LEAST popular inks from your store?

    4. What are Brian's most underrated fountain pens?

    Hi Brian, I have a friend who loves their Pilot Plumix- but when I saw her using it for the first time, I had no idea what it was. Turns out, it's a pretty good pen but everyone seems overlook it (I think it's because the Metropolitan is so popular.) In your opinion, what are the 5 most underrated fountain pens?

    5. Does it hurt your business that sellers are undercutting your prices?

    How much do you think it hurts your business that there are sellers in various countries that are undercutting the prices that you're able to offer? For example, I've seen Japanese sellers on eBay and Amazon that are selling the VP and 3776 Century for under $100 (with shipping). Is this something that concerns you as you look to the future? Do you think that they're significantly cutting into your sales by bypassing import/export rules? Thanks!
    • it’s definitely something that I know affects me, not sure how much though
    • it’s not just overseas, it’s domestic, too
    • there will always be someone cheaper, always
    • sometimes you have to watch out, they might be fakes, grey market (not warranted), mis-represented, used
    • it is pretty frustrating, because they’re not educating or servicing these pens at all
    • I put out good free content like this Q&A, they undercut me and take your business away, I end up losing

    6. What does Brian's ink collection look like?

    Hi Brian- I know in the past you've made videos showing us your extensive pen collection. You have mentioned that your main reason for getting into fountain pens was to be able to experiment with different inks. I'm curious as to what your ink collection might look like/ how you organize your ink.
    • sure! I have regular inks and older LE inks (that I don’t use as much)
    • It’s not very organized!

    7. How do you suggest buying a pen online without trying it out first?

    My Conklin pen is the most expensive pen that I own and it is the worst writing pen that I own. I just replaced the nib and it does not write much better. My Lamy Vista (very inexpensive) is as good as any other pen that I have tried. How do you suggest buying a pen online, especially when you get to the top end, without trying it out first?
    • I would reach out to whomever sold you the pen, get it troubleshooted/inspected/exchanged
    • if it’s us, email info@gouletpens.com 
    • I don’t know the specifics of your situation to comment on what’s going on
    • Shopping online is tough for any type of tool like this
    • Online, pens sell for 20% less than MSRP to compensate for ‘risk’ of buying without holding it first
    • Educate yourself as much as possible
    • Read reviews, on the product pages as well as blogger’s
    • Find a retailer you trust and build a relationship there if you buy regularly
    • We have a restocking fee for inked up/used pens, but not for new-condition pens
    • You can hold them, dry test them, etc as long as they’re in new condition we’ll take them back no charge
    • Look at Nib Nook for writing samples
    • Use Pen Plaza to compare sizes
    • Participate in discussions in forums for advice
    • This is a big barrier to cross and I want to help bridge this gap as much as possible 

    8. What ink bottle says, "I Use Fountain Pens!"?

    In your opinion, what's the best bottle of ink to put on my desk at work to say bam! I use fountain pens
     

    We all love fountain pens but what is your biggest complaint about them?
    • I hear complains about ink on fingers, having to fill/clean/maintain them, leaking, spilling, you name it
    • none of that bothers me, really
    • my biggest complaint is actually the thing I love the most about fountain pens, too, it's a paradox
    • the variability of pen, ink, and paper performance as they interact with each other is frustrating when it isn't acting like you want it to
    • it's also wonderful and keeps my fountain pen experience rich and interesting even after 7+ years of being completely immersed in this world


    Hello! I am a college student and I often find myself using not so ideal paper. I find that finer nibs work better on this sort of paper but I am a sucker for super smooth nibs. What pens have you found to be a good balance between fine and smooth? Big fan by the way.

    We hope you enjoyed these slices of Q&A! You can find all of the slices from past episodes here. You can also check out the Goulet Q&A library here to see any episodes you might have missed.
    Write on, 
    The Goulet Pen Company Team

    14 Writing Gifts Under $40

    'Tis the season... when the gift giving scramble begins! If you are looking for some gift giving inspiration that won't break the bank, why not try a fountain pen, notebook, ink, or a package set with all of the above? The gift of a fine writing instrument item is distinctive because it is thoughtful, useful, and full of personality. By choosing items that will fit into their daily life, they'll be reminded of you throughout the year to come. We've put together a list of 14 stellar items that will transform their workplace, home, or school writing assignments from a chore into a joy.

    1. Leuchtturm1917 Hardcover A5 Notebook, $19.50
    Offered in both dot grid and lined ruling (blank and graph available in Black only), Leuchtturm1917 Hardcover A5 Notebooks have taken the world by storm! The A5 size means they are perfectly portable, sliding easily into a purse or backpack. For the fountain pen enthusiast, they feature outstanding paper quality that holds up well to fountain pen ink. Each notebook contains a table of contents, 2 bookmarks, and numbered pages, letting you choose the way you want to organize your thoughts. Offered in a number of gorgeous colors, each notebook is held closed by an elastic band. Great for bullet journalers!

    2. Nemosine Singularity, $19.99
    With nib sizes ranging from Extra-fine to .6mm italic, the Nemosine Singularity is fantastic pen choice for those just getting into the hobby. The converter is included, so you can get your fill of your favorite fountain pen ink! Offered in a thrilling array of colors, each pen is a joy to write with and hold.


    3. Platinum Preppy Package Set, $25.88
    Point them in the "write" direction with the a set of seven Platinum Preppy fountain pens. These are some of our most popular pens for newbies because of their great writing ability and fantastic price point. This set gives you one of each color, each with a medium nib. Split the set up for sharing amongst your 7 besties, or get that "Wow!" you are looking for by giving them the entire set!


    4. J. Herbin 1670 Anniversary Ink, $26
    Want to add a little sparkle to their every day writing experience? Give them a gift that will shine all year long! Each bottle of J. Herbin 1670 Anniversary ink shimmers with gold glitter. Offered in five fantastic varieties, each as stunning as the next. Emerald of Chivor, Stormy Grey, and Caroube de Chypre are particular favorites.


    5. Fountain Pen First-Timer Package Set, $26.90
    Want the perfect set to introduce your loved one to fountain pens? The Fountain Pen First-Timer package set pairs a Pilot Metropolitan fountain pen, a Rhodia No. 16 Dotpad, and a Random Ink Sample Package. They'll be off and enjoying the feel of enhanced writing in no time!


    6. TWSBI Eco, $28.99
    Offered in four great color options, each TWSBI Eco fountain pen features a clear barrel for watching your ink swish and swirl. Featuring smooth-writing nibs in four great nib sizes, these pens are known to be popular for consummate fountain pen enthusiast and newbies alike!


    7. Pilot Iroshizuku Mini Boxed Set, $32
    Have an ink lover in your life? Give them this triad of fantastic ink! Each Pilot Iroshizuku Mini Boxed Set holds three bottles of 15ml ink, perfectly packaged for gift giving. The spring, summer, and fall sets feature some of the Pilot Iroshizuku favorites, like Kon-peki and Yama-budo, sure to bring a smile to their face.


    8. Pilot Parallel Rainbow Set, $32
    Pilot Parallel fountain pens offer a crash course into the calligrapher's experience. These pens are great for beginners because you can start practicing calligraphy without the mess of dip pens. Available in four fantastic nib sizes (1.5mm Italic, 2.4mm Italic, 3.8mm Italic, and 6mm Italic), you can create flourishes and fancy scripts with just a little practice. You'll get all four pens, complete with 2 cartridges, a cleaning converter for each, and a package of Pilot Parallel Mixable Colour Assorted Pack cartridges. 


    9. Bullet Journal Starter Set, $36
    Is your bestie in need of a little more organization? Bring them into the world of bullet journaling! Our Bullet Journal Starter Set pairs a Pilot Metropolitan of your choice, with a Leuchtturm A5 Dot Grid Notebook, and a pack of Pilot cartridges. As an extra bonus, we'll add in a free ink sample to get them started in the fun world of fountain pens!


    10. Pilot Kakuno Package Set, $36
    Great for stocking stuffers! Each Pilot Kakuno Package Set includes 3 Pilot Kakuno fountain pens, one in each color in nib sizes Fine or Medium. These pens are lightweight, with surprisingly smooth nibs. Each pen features an adorable nib, either winking or smiling depending on the nib size. Don't want all three? Purchase them individually for $13.50. 


    11. Lamy Al-Star, $37.60
    The Lamy Al-Star is a gorgeous pen, known for its swappable nibs and distinctive grip section. A great starter pen, it is offered in a number of fabulous colors from the minty BlueGreen Al-Star shown above to the pitch black with a matching black nib on the Black Al-Star. They'll love the ergonomic and modern design!


    12. Flexy Package Set, $37.95
    Let them write through thick and thin with the Flexy Package Set! With a Noodler's Ahab fountain pen, a Goulet Notebook of your choice, and 8 of our top shading inks, this combo gives them the ability to write or draw line variation and enjoy intense ink shading. Great for writers and artists!


    13. Lamy Gift Sets, $39.99
    Beautifully packaged and full of everything a new writer might need, Lamy Gift Sets are a great place to start your holiday shopping! With two varieties, a Lamy Safari or Vista with a bottle of ink or a Lamy Al-Star with variety of Lamy cartridges. More color options to come in the next few weeks!


    14. Lamy Logo, $40
    Want to treat your loved one to something fancy? Each beautiful Lamy Logo features the smooth-writing nib Lamys are known for. Thin and beautiful, they are offered in several varieties including the special edition Twilight and Pearl featured above. Classy and sophisticated, these pens add elegance to everyday writing. 


    Which of these fantastic gifts would you like to receive? Leave a comment and let us know!

    Write on,
    The Goulet Pen Company Team

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