Edison Nouveau Premiere Seaglass Spring 2017 SE Fountain Pen

Happening upon the perfect piece of seaglass is a rare occasion. These gorgeous, colorful beach finds are the result of decades of weathering.  A joy to stumble upon, seaglass is tossed upon the shore by the ever-lapping waves, waiting in the sand for a lucky soul to unearth its beauty. Much like these treasures, the latest Edison Nouveau Premiere Seaglass will dazzle and delight the lucky few who are able to bring one home. A cool turquoise bodied pen with swirls of black and white and waves of pastel pink and blue throughout, Seaglass instantly transports you to warm sandy beaches every time you pick up the pen to write. The pen fits right in among the gorgeous sights of Key West, Florida where our product photographer Sarah was able to snap a few pictures while on vacation!
This pen is the 14th seasonal edition of our Edison Nouveau Premiere collection and carries on the wave of gorgeous, cheery pastel designs started by previous editions (like last spring’s Water Lily or last summer’s Neptune’s Pearl). Supplies are limited and it will be available for the next several months or until supplies run out. The body is engraved with the name of the pen and the season in which it was produced. It arrives in a lovely box, complete with a standard international converter so you’ll be ready to write immediately.
Just wait until you write with this Edison nib! It’s smooth-writing and flows nicely, offering just a hint of feedback. It is available in EF, F, M, B, 1.1mm, and 1.5mm stainless steel nib sizes. These nibs are replaceable and swappable, available for $25 each. You can also upgrade to one of the 18kt gold nibs for $125. Not sure how to go about swapping? Check out this handy video on swapping Edison nibs!
Looking for a matching ink to capture your waves of writing with this new pen? Check out our recommendations below:


The Edison Nouveau Premiere Seaglass is available at GouletPens.com for $149 for a limited time only. You can find more details and all the technical specs about this pen on our website. 
Are you captivated by this gorgeous pastel pen?

Write On,
The Goulet Pen Company Team

2017-10-11T13:47:27+00:00 March 28th, 2017|Pen Reviews|35 Comments
  • Cass

    I’m generally not a fan of pastel colors, but I really, really like the looks of this pen. It is aptly named.

  • David L.

    What a nice color! I think that Noodler’s Navajo Turquoise would be perfect with it.

  • Kim

    So excited to add this to my collection! It’s so pretty!!

  • Tom Johnson

    Wow, look at Sarah’s studio! The whole ocean and beach. Just wonderful, a lovely material, looks like the pen was made from swirled glass. It really captures the colors of a tropical ocean so well. This pen will sell out quickly. Fantastic photos. To anyone who is tempted but has not held nor written with a Nouveau Premiere, they are wonderful. I love mine.

    • Lydia At Goulet Pens

      Do you see the cause of my excitement now, Tom? I received mine less than an hour after launch and haven’t stopped writing with it since. 🙂 Sarah’s gorgeous photos really sold me on it once and for all.

      • Tom Johnson

        Yes, I can see that this was a must have. I think this one will sell out quickly. Those who regretted not getting the Water Lily will get this one, those who got the Water Lily will want this too. I bet the suspense of waiting an hour for your new pen to arrive was killing you 😉

        • Lydia At Goulet Pens

          Longest hour of my life 😛 Yes, I believe these pens will move quickly. Those are definitely some lucky people that get to bring one home 😉

  • Turtlegeuse

    Nouveau Seaglass pen: 149 $. Bottled ink: 12.50 $. Scoring an all expense paid trip to a lovely tropical resort to take promo shots for a work assignment: priceless. 🌴🌺🍹

    • Lydia At Goulet Pens

      Haha wouldn’t that be lovely? Actually, Sarah had already had the trip planned for herself and was kind enough to offer to take some photos for work while she was there. All expenses paid, on location shoots would be a fabulous perk though!

      • Kathy

        I want THAT job!!!

        • Tom Johnson

          Kathy, you could be Goulet’s tropical photo agent!

  • jane pilecki

    I ordered mine this morning! It’s lovely! Actually, it is a material I had wanted to have Edison Pens use to make a custom pen for me. But now it’s in a Premiere!!! I love the Premieres!!! Thank you for such a beautiful spring time material.

    • Lydia At Goulet Pens

      What a lucky coincidence, Jane! So happy you were able to get your sought after material in a premiere! What are you going to ink it up with?

      • jane pilecki

        I just got the pen (gorgeous) and inked it up with Robert Oster Viola! Viola matches the purple in the pen material perfectly!!! And the ink is surprisingly not as faint as in the pictures. The make a perfect match!

        • Lydia At Goulet Pens

          Great choice! I’m intrigued by that ink. I’ll have to give it a try.

  • Kathy

    Oh my goodness. I’m ordering it immediately. It’s gorgeous, right up there with “unicorn barf,” which has been my favorite Premiere. LOVE IT!

    • David L.

      Unicorn Barf? I haven’t heard of that one. When did it come out?

      • Jeff Chao

        Water lily

    • Lydia At Goulet Pens

      We’ll be pen twins, Kathy! I got mine yesterday! Which ink are you going to use with it first? I’ve got Robert Oster Aqua in mine.

      • Kathy

        RO Aqua sounds like a good choice! I’ll probably try one of the Diamine aquas. Or maybe the RO Aqua, or maybe….it will be an aqua ink!

        • Lydia At Goulet Pens

          Great choice! Any aqua will match perfectly. I had a feeling you’d snag one of these the moment you saw it!

  • Uniotter

    That is a gorgeous pen and photo shoot! I love sea glass and the beach, and your photos captured the magic perfectly. 🙂

    • Lydia At Goulet Pens

      Thanks! Not too much longer until it’s summer and beach season!

  • Hummingbird5

    Waiting for mine to arrive. As if I need another Nouveau Premiere. As if they’re not some kind of obsession.

    • Kathy

      How well I understand.

    • Lydia At Goulet Pens

      I can now fully understand that obsession. I haven’t put mine down since I got it!

  • Kris Welborn-Virus

    Mine shipped this morning but since I’m in Canada, I get to wait a bit. This will be my first Edison so double excited! I just happen to coincidentally order the Oster Fire and Ice with it as well. Can’t wait!

    • Lydia At Goulet Pens

      Great choices, Kris! I hope you love that combo!

      • Kris Welborn-Virus

        Thanks Lydia – I’m sure I will!

    • Tom Johnson

      You will love your Nouveau Premiere. I have one and it is wonderful, so are my other 3 Edison pens, but the Nouveau Premiere is really great.

      • Kris Welborn-Virus

        Do you have the steel or gold nib on yours? I ordered the steel and thought I’d see if I like it and maybe upgrade the nib if I use the pen a bunch. But some steel nibs are pretty decent too.

        • Tom Johnson

          Kris, my latest Edison (Burnished Gold Collier) has a Fine 18k gold nib on it and it is wonderful. But, my other 3 Edisons have steel EF, F, and 1.1 nibs. I also have a M Edison nib that I got with my first pen (Beaumont). All are super smooth, nicely wet, and I love them all. I can’t tell you that the gold is that much more noticeable than the steel. I wrote with both side by side, but two different inks, but honestly, I could not tell that much difference between the F steel and the F gold nibs. I switched the M nib that came in my Beaumont for the EF so I could use it writing in my passport notebook and where I want to write small. The fine nibs match my regular writing for most things, like letters or my large journal. The 1.1 nib is wonderful, and I use it for both letters, journal, addressing envelopes etc. I think you will love the steel when you get your pen. When I get another Edison I’m not sure I’ll get the gold nib, but I’m glad to have it on this one pen. After having steel and gold, I don’t feel the gold is really that much of an improvement. If you get a gold nib by itself, the cost is $25 more than if you get it on the pen. By the way, the Edison gold nib is not as soft and springy as my Vanishing Point gold nibs. Not for flexing at all.

          • Kris Welborn-Virus

            Awesome! Thanks for your comprehensive, thoughtful response! It helps immensely.

  • Waiting for my pen to arrive (British Columbia, Canada) is worse than waiting for Christmas when I was a kid. This is my first Edison Nouveau Premiere purchase; hopefully it won’t be the last.

  • Erica Abrams Yan

    I ordered this beautimus pen and just got my shipping notification this morning. I CANNOT wait to write with this! I was in despair for the short time it was out of stock (I know, that’s overly dramatic). It is so super gorgeous!